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Deadline Approaching for Nebraska Beef Passport Program

Adam Wegner - Nebraska Beef Council | August 30, 2021

Kearney, NE – (August 20, 2021) The Nebraska Beef Council is encouraging Nebraskans to visit restaurants on the Good Life Great Steaks Nebraska Beef Passport in the next few weeks as the campaign draws to a close. The deadline to submit stamped passports is September 10.  

The Nebraska Beef Passport program was launched on May 1 of this year as a way to highlight the outstanding beef served at restaurants across the state. Participants receive stamps for ordering beef items at each of the 41 locations listed on the passport map. Stamped passports earn eligibility for for prizes including grilling swag, beef bundles and a customized Cabela’s cooler. 

“There are only a couple of weeks left to participate in the program but there is still enough time to earn stamps,” said Adam Wegner, director of marketing for the Nebraska Beef Council. “Even one stamp makes you eligible for prizes. We’ve had a tremendous response to this program so it will be great to see the stamped passports and where people have travelled to enjoy beef throughout the summer.” 

Passports are free and can be obtained at or from any participating restaurant. This year’s passport features 41 restaurants located in communities across the state. Stamped passports are due back to the Nebraska Beef Council by September 10 and prize winners will be notified by September 30. 


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.