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Nicely done, beef.

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Nicely done, beef.

Nicely done, beef.

The iconic Beef.

It’s What’s For Dinner.

Brand keeps consumers craving beef with the release of its latest drool-worthy creative digital advertisement collection – “Keep Sizzlin’”.

The new collection features beef being cooked with the following popular techniques: • Grilling • Smoking • Stir-fry • Sous Vide • Cast Iron The new “Keep Sizzlin’” collection is inspired by the success of the original “Sizzle” video, which caught the attention of consumers by stimulating their eyes and ears with the satisfying look and sound of a juicy strip steak crackling and popping as it cooked to perfection in a cast iron skillet.

The video, originally thought to be a fun “extra” on the Beef.

It’s What’s For Dinner.

YouTube page has been viewed more than 2 million times and become a fan favorite.

Lasting just longer than three minutes, viewers are mesmerized, watching the video an average of two minutes and 21 seconds.

More than 500,000 viewers have watched the video in its entirety.

To view the multimedia release go to: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/8571651-ncba-beef-keep-sizzlin-collection/

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