Free Blizzard Treats For A Year If You Can Identify Source Of Mystery Smell At This Calgary Dairy Queen

Free Blizzard Treats For A Year If You Can Identify Source Of Mystery Smell At This Calgary Dairy Queen

The owner of a Dairy Queen franchise in Calgary, Alberta is offering a sweet reward to anyone that can identify the source of a mysterious smell that has been plaguing the restaurant since opening for business in 2015.

Sujad Bandali, the owner of a Dairy Queen in the 11100 block of 14th Street N.E, says it smells like “natural gas” and “rotten eggs.”

The restaurant was inspected for leaks by the Calgary Fire Department as well as a local gas company on several occasions, but nothing was found.

Lost for answers, Bandali is turning to the public for help to find the source of the odour. As a reward, Bandali is offering a free Blizzard once a week for a year to whoever can find the source of the smell.

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  1. About the smell if you have changed the ceiling tiles check them it happened to me at the school I cleaned . They changed the ceiling tiles and ran out for one room and that room stank I told them to check the ceiling tiles it took them three weeks to decide to check and that’s what it was . I hope that’s the problem good luck.

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