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burgers & buns VIrtual Fun Run

Get out there and tear up the pavement while sweet visions of burgers and steaks dance in your head.

With the arrival of warmer weather and May Beef Month please consider joining us in our Burgers & Buns Virtual Fun Run/Walk and salute the contributions of beef farmers and ranchers that make our state's economy thrive! Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Wisconsin Food and Farm Suppport Fund. 

Celebrate May Beef Month in Wisconsin!

What is a virtual run? A virtual run is a ‘race’ that you can do anywhere and any way you want during a set time period. The beauty of the virtual race is that you can run, walk, or skip your 5k or 10k whenever is convenient and wherever you want—no early morning wake up call, no pesky port-a-potty stops. With registration for the “Burgers & Buns Fun Run” you will receive a cool beefy t-shirt, beef swag and be entered to win random drawings for “FREE BEEF” throughout the week!  During the fun run week post pictures to your social media pages and tag the WISCONSIN BEEF COUNCIL on FacebookInstagram, Twitter or YouTube and you will receive an extra entry for “FREE BEEF” with each and every post!   

About the Virtual Fun Run/Walk

When: May 24-31, 2021

What: 5K/10K

Cost: $30


  • Beefy t-shirt*
  • Sunglasses
  • Can koozie
  • Beef jerky for snacking on
  • Meat thermometer and tongs for grillin’

*Register before May 1st to be guaranteed a t-shirt!! 

proceeds from the run will benefit...

 The Wisconsin Food and Farm Support Fund provides support to our state’s farmers and encourages consumption of milk, beef, and other agriculture products to ensure farmers continue to have a place to sell their products, and provide Wisconsinites access to nutritious, high-quality foods. As part of this fundraising effort, Wisconsin Farm Bureau will be collecting monetary donations for Harvest of Hope while Rural Mutual Insurance Company will be raising funds for Feeding Wisconsin. Collectively the fund will reach all corners of our state from the most urban areas to the rural farming communities.

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