May 11, 2022
After a successful launch of the Nebraska Beef Passport in 2021, the Nebraska Beef Council has announced that the 2022 beef passports are now available. The campaign officially began May 1, featuring more than 40 restaurants from across the state that serve outstanding beef.
The program, funded by Nebraska beef producers through their Beef Checkoff, urges people to visit participating restaurants, where they can order their favorite beef menu items, earn stamps and be entered to win prizes. The goal of the program is to highlight Nebraska’s beef industry while encouraging beef meal purchases at local restaurants throughout the state.
“We had a tremendous response last year, and we’re looking forward to even more participation as we expand the program,” says Adam Wegner, director of marketing for the Nebraska Beef Council. “A few of the changes this year include some new restaurant locations, more prize opportunities and the addition of a mobile-friendly passport. This program provides a great opportunity to visit different places throughout the state and enjoy some of the best beef Nebraska has to offer.”
Nebraska Beef Passports are free and can be obtained at goodlifegreatsteaks.org or from any of the participating restaurants. Each earned stamp qualifies as an entry into the drawing for one of two beef bundle giveaways valued at $250 each. Additional prizes will be awarded to participants who reach milestones of five, 10 or 30 stamps, as well as a special prize drawing for acquiring digital stamps.
Beef passport holders are encouraged join the Good Life Great Steaks Nebraska Beef Passport group on Facebook to stay up to date on the latest news and special offers. 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 prizes. The final date to collect stamps is Sept. 30.
For additional information, call the Nebraska Beef Council office at 1-800-421-5326.
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