Montana Beef Council, local Wendy’s franchise team up to celebrate National Beef Month

Chaley Harney, Executive Director of the Montana Beef Council, and Jonna Jones, Director of Marketing for Wentana, LLC, say it’s a great time for both cattle producers and beef consumers to celebrate one of America’s favorite proteins.

Memorial Day Weekend is the beef industry’s official kick-off to the summer grilling season. However, several states are already celebrating since May is National Beef Month!

The Montana Beef Council teamed up with a Billings-based Wendy’s franchise to give customers the opportunity to enjoy one of America’s best proteins!

On Wednesday, May 17, 2023, local customers can get a Dave’s Single Combo for just $5.99!

Chaley Harney, Executive Director of the Montana Beef Council, and Jonna Jones, Director of Marketing for Wentana, LLC, say it’s a great time for both cattle producers and beef consumers to celebrate one of America’s favorite proteins.

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