Dairy Queen Financing

Dairy Queen Modernization Financing:

ADQ has teamed up with Harbour Capital, a national franchise lender, to deliver a quick and easy finance options for both multi-unit and single-unit operators who are upgrading equipment, re-imaging stores, and building new locations.  Applying for financing with Harbour Capital has never been easier.  Whether you apply online or over the phone, Harbour Capital is here to provide Dairy Queen Franchisees across the country with pain-free financing solutions in 2012 and beyond.

As most small business owners know, it’s always a good idea to develop a plan for your business in the New Year.  Devising a plan helps to determine what funds will be necessary to complete your modernization project.  It is critical to know the scope, timing and scale of your project prior to implementation. Talk with your business consultant for guidance as well.   Harbour offers “flex” financing options designed to fit the cash flow needs of our DQ franchisees.  Below are a few of our most popular “flex” finance programs that our DQ customers have taken advantage of:


  • 90 Day No Pay: Harbour Capital offers  a 90 day delay program to all DQ operators that qualify.  Our  franchisees get the first 3 months to ramp up sales before making a full payment.  This product is most popular for operators remodeling in the spring or that may have to shut down during the construction phase of the remodel.


  •  Seasonal Skip: Franchisees will want to take into consideration time of year before making a decision as to the      financial product they choose. Our seasonal skip payments allow our  customers to skip any 3 consecutive winter months


  • Zero down program:  Cash flow an issue?  No problem.  Our Dairy Queen customers receive preferred pricing on selected products and services and have access to the full suite of Harbour Capital products.  No money down loans are available.  Just call or apply online to get started.they choose. Most popular months to skip for DQ operators is Dec, Jan, Feb. No big surprise here.  It’s a no brainer especially if you are seasonal and shut down during the winter.


Pat Sullivan – HCC Blogger