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Hospitality Honors

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The Hospitality Hall of Fame was created to recognize achievement and significant contributions in the hospitality industry. The Hall of Fame is a collaborative endeavor of the Omaha Restaurant Association, the Institute for the Culinary Arts at Metropolitan Community College, the National Association of Catering Executives (Omaha Chapter) and the American Culinary Federation (Heartland Chapter). The 18th annual Omaha Hospitality Hall of Fame Annual Dinner and Induction Ceremony will be held Sunday, Oct. 16th, helping raise scholarship funds for culinary and hospitality students at the Institute of Culinary Arts (ICA) at Metropolitan Community College. The event begins at 5 p.m. at the ICA, Fort Omaha Campus, located at 32nd and Sorensen Parkway.



Owner of Absolutely Fresh Seafood Company since 1979, Lindberg began bringing fresh seafood to Nebraska and Iowa, selling off the back of a refrigerated truck. He moved ‘inside,’ at the request of the Douglas County Health Department and never looked back. Self employed since 1973, he has owned a variety of businesses including card and gift shop, specialty advertising and commercial and residential painting. Lindberg was the founding president of the Omaha Blues Society with 11 members in 1998 and three years later the organization had more than 650 members.







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