Omaha Steaks Partners with Notah Begay III Foundation in Celebration of Native American Heritage Month
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with a Bison Order from Omaha Steaks
Omaha, NE (November 1, 2014) – Omaha Steaks and their Golden Plains Foods brand has joined forces with the Notah Begay III Foundation (NB3 Foundation) to celebrate Native American Heritage Month throughout the month of November. Golden Plains Foods, a division of Omaha Steaks, added a complete lineup of Gourmet bison products to its portfolio earlier this year to continue its commitment to provide their customers with premium, high quality food.
“For nearly 100 years, we’ve been proud to provide our customers with premium, high quality foods,” said Senior Vice President Todd Simon. “Recently, our customers have expressed interest in bison and we were pleased to offer a full line of bison to our product offerings earlier this year.”
In honor of Native American Heritage Month throughout the month of November, Omaha Steaks and its Golden Plains Foods brand has partnered with the NB3 Foundation and is offering select bison gift packs with 10% of the sales going to the NB3 Foundation when using offer Code YD0530.
Notah Begay III, a 4-time PGA TOUR winner and Founder of the NB3 Foundation was thrilled about the partnership. “For a company like Omaha Steaks to be willing to partner with us throughout the month and celebrate Native American heritage is absolutely tremendous. Every pound of bison sold throughout the entire month of November is going to raise money to help fund type 2 diabetes and obesity education for Native American youth.”
Why the NB3 Foundation? The NB3 Foundation has been working to battle the type 2 diabetes epidemic in the Native American population since 2005. An important part of that battle is eating well. Golden Plains bison is high in protein, low in fat, antibiotic free and has no added hormones. In addition, it tastes great.
So if you want to give a gift this holiday season that is unique, healthy, and will help fund type 2 diabetes education for Native American youth, look no further than Golden Plains Foods bison gift packs. For more information, visit Omaha Steaks here ».
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About the Notah Begay III Foundation
In 2005, Notah Begay III (Navajo/San Felipe/Isleta Pueblos) a 4-time PGA TOUR winner and current NBC Sports/Golf Channel Analyst, established the Notah Begay III Foundation (NB3 Foundation), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works to address the profound health and wellness issues impacting Native American children. The mission of the NB3 Foundation is to reduce childhood obesity and type 2 diabetes among Native American children. The NB3 Foundation is setting a standard for investing in promising and community-driven programs, research and advocacy that can prevent obesity and type 2 diabetes ensuring healthy and successful futures for Native American children and their communities. This holistic approach seeks to increase Native American communities’ access to healthy and affordable food, nutrition education, physical activity and opportunities to build healthy communities with goal of reversing the epidemics of childhood obesity and type 2 diabetes. To date, the NB3 Foundation has served over 20,000 Native people in 13 states.
For more information on Notah Begay III and the NB3 Foundation, visit: www.nb3foundation.org