Kearney, NE - The Nebraska Beef Council has launched the Good Life Great Steaks Beef Passport program highlighting over 40 Nebraska restaurants that serve outstanding beef.
The beef passport program urges people to visit participating restaurants this summer where they can order beef menu items, earn stamps and be entered to win prizes. Participants earning at least one stamp will be eligible for beef grilling prize packages with those acquiring at least 11 stamps eligible for the grand prize of $500 in beef and a Cabela’s cooler. The goal of the program is to highlight Nebraska’s beef industry while helping support local restaurants throughout the state.
“Nebraska is known for raising high quality beef and we have amazing local restaurants where you can get an outstanding beef meal,” said Adam Wegner, director of marketing for the Nebraska Beef Council. “Some are well-known restaurants in our larger cities but there are many hidden gems in the small towns across the state. We hope this passport program encourages people to travel this summer and visit places they’ve never been before to taste the great beef Nebraska has to offer.”
Those interested in the beef passport program are encouraged follow along on social media by joining the Good Life Great Steaks Nebraska Beef Passport group on Facebook. Members can gain access to additional information about the featured restaurants, share their photos and experiences with other members and even become eligible to win additional prize give-a-ways throughout the summer.
Passports are free and can be obtained at www.GoodLifeGreatSteaks.org or from any of the participating restaurants. The deadline for submitting stamped passports is September 10. All winners will be notified by September 30.
For additional information, visit www.GoodLifeGreatSteaks.org or contact the Nebraska Beef Council office at 1-800-421-5326.
The Nebraska Beef Council is a non-profit organization served by a nine-member board of directors. The volunteers oversee the beef checkoff in Nebraska and checkoff-funded programs. Programs for marketing and promotion are funded by the $1/head beef checkoff.