After Yesterday’s Nasty Note – Omaha Steaks Now Say They Didn’t Drop Glenn Beck Ads


Yesterday, far left Soros-funded Media Matters announced that Omaha Steaks had pulled their ads from Glenn Beck.
StopBeck.com reported:

This morning, Omaha Steaks announced that they were removing their ads from Glenn Beck’s program (emphasis added):

Omaha Steaks buys large units of national television advertising during the holiday season. This year, we bought a package of advertising through the Fox Network. We did not specifically request to be included on the Glenn Beck program. As part of our contract, the Omaha Steaks ads run in a variety of time slots throughout the day.

We took your comments regarding the Glenn Beck Program to heart. After further review and careful consideration, we have decided to pull all advertising from Glenn Beck programming effective December 20th, 2010. Unfortunately, due to advertising cancellation policies, we were bound to continue possible ad placements through Sunday, December 19th.

At Omaha, we greatly value the loyalty and support of our customers, fans and followers and thank you for bringing your concerns to our attention.

Bruce Simon the CEO is a democrat who has donated tens of thousands to democratic politicians.

Today the Omaha Steaks blog Steakbytes backtracked:

The staff writers of our blog responded incorrectly and I want to apologize for any confusion this may have caused. The facts are: we did not “pull” our ads from any show. Our holiday TV advertising contract ends on December 19th. Our contract never specified when our ads would air, only that they would air. Mr. Beck’s show is enjoyed by many, and we at Omaha Steaks hope our steaks are too. Our marketing is designed to speak to Americans who love steaks and great food, getting together with family and friends and giving gifts of great taste – no matter what TV shows they watch or what newspapers they read.

Bruce Simon
CEO, Omaha Steaks
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Omaha Steaks buys large units of national television advertising during the holiday season. This year, we bought a package of advertising through the Fox Network. We did not request to be included on specific program. As part of our contract, the Omaha Steaks ads run in a variety of time slots throughout the day.

I enjoyed buying from Omaha Steaks in the past.
I will not be calling Omaha Steaks this year.

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