Last call: Choose your favorite summer grilling photo now

Last call: Choose your favorite summer grilling photo now

As May Beef Month winds to a close, so does our “Summer Grilling” photography contest, sponsored by Greeley Hat Works. This month, we collected images of sizzling steaks, juicy burgers, hungry kids, and hot grills to celebrate Beef Month and promote beef to our consumers.

In case you missed it, here is the complete collection of reader entries.

Please help create some buzz about beef as we get into grilling season by sharing this gallery on social media. 

Photo Credit: Brady Buck

From the entries, we narrowed down the field to 10 finalists and called upon all of you to help select our winners. New this time was an updated voting system, which allows readers to vote daily and keep track of which photographs are in the lead to win the grand prize of a Greeley Hat Works hat, valued at $300.

Today is the last day to vote for your favorite summer grilling photograph. Voting will close at noon, so please take a second to help us choose our champions.

View the finalists' gallery and vote here. 

To thank our voters, we will also give away a coffee table book with photography by David Stoecklein. After selecting your favorite photograph, you’ll be prompted to register your name to be eligible to win.

We hope you like the new voting system, and I’m excited to see who our champion and reserve champion will be. There are three photographs that are rising to the top, so if you want your favorite to win, be sure to vote before noon.

Thanks for your participation!

The opinions of Amanda Radke are not necessarily those of beefmagazine.com or Penton Agriculture.

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