Help us cheer on 2014 Winter Olympian, Curt Tomasevicz!

We are proud to support Curt Tomasevicz, USA Men’s Boblsed, in his quest to defend the gold medal at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi!

Join us in Shelby for an Olympics watch party

Curt’s hometown of Shelby, Nebraska will be holding watch parties at the A & B Grill n’ Bar and Shelby Hotel, sponsored in-part by NCB, on Saturday, February 22nd and Sunday, February 23rd. Curt’s races will be featured during the Saturday broadcast between 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm and on Sunday from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

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Tomasevicz won a gold medal with his teammates on the U.S. men’s bobsled team, nicknamed “Night Train,” in the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. It was the first gold for the United States in the event since 1948! If you’d like to see a recap video, click here or to see it “live,” click here. (Curious how they train? Click here for a great video.)

What’s Curt been up to?

Every few weeks during the international bobsled season, Curt is sharing a bit of what he’s been up to at Nebraska Corn Kernels.

Listen to Curt!

Radio spots featuring Curt Tomasevicz:

Success happens every day for Nebraska’s corn farmers.

Precision. It’s used in bobsledding – and farming.

Corn-fed beef, pork and poultry powers bobsledders – and our economy.

You have a choice at the pump. Help win the race to energy security with ethanol.

Nebraska corn farmers grow more with less – they are kings of the hill.

Some photos of Tomasevicz (click for larger images):

 

Autograph cards that Tomasevicz signs at events.

Tomasevicz’s gold medal and Nebraska’s gold – corn.

Meeting and signing autographs for girls soccer team in Japan.

One of many interviews at the Nebraska State Fair.

Signing autographs at the State Fair.

Grilling steaks for tsunami and earthquake evacuees in Japan.

One of several promotional photos.

Signing autographs at Husker Harvest Days.

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