The weather cooperated and the people from Madison and the surrounding area came out in droves and supported the Madison Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day on Thursday – all to help out the Children’s Miracle Network, and to see if Madison’s store could sell the most blizzards as part of the event for the seventh year in a row.
Jeff Bronkowski – the Director of Corporate Partnerships for Children’s Miracle Network hospitals based out of Salt Lake City, Utah – came to Madison for the second year in a row to witness Madison Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day community event.
Bronkowski said Miracle Treat Day is a huge fundraiser for the Children’s Miracle Network.
Troy Bader – the Chief Operating Officer for the American Dairy Queen Corporation out of Minneapolis attended Thursday’s Miracle Treat Day event in Madison for the first time to see what he has heard so much about for the past several years.
Bader predicted that Madison Dairy Queen owner DeLon Mork would be successful in reaching his goal of 27-thousand-500 blizzards this year.
KJAM will have the Miracle Treat Day total for you as soon as it is available.