Little Rock, Arkansas -
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The Little Rock Zoo and Hiland Dairy announced today that it will host the annual Hiland Dairy Dollar Day this Saturday, July 12, where all Zoo admissions will be $1 all day long.
Gates will open at 9 a.m. and last admission will be at 4 p.m. with the Zoo closing to the public at 5 p.m. The Zoo will also sell Hiland products for only $1 including cold beverages.
Guests can enjoy several special keeper chats and other activities that will go on throughout the day. The Zoo’s Animal Ambassador Show at the Civitan Amphitheater will happen at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
The Zoo will also add additional food vendors, security officers, and emergency medical technicians to ensure everyone has a fun and safe day.
Hiland Dairy is an annual sponsor of the Zoo and over the last five years has committed more than $250,000 to the Zoo in the form of cash sponsorships and in-kind product donations. Formerly Coleman Dairy, Hiland Dairy is proud to sponsor the annual Dollar Day at the Zoo to bring family fun to all Arkansas families.
“Hiland Dairy is excited to support one of the state’s largest family attractions, the Little Rock Zoo, and provide a fun day for the families of Arkansas,” said Walt Coleman of Hiland Dairy.
Little Rock Zoo Director Mike Blakely added that the Zoo is excited to host another Hiland Dairy Dollar Day and is looking forward to offering this special discount.
“It is only through the generous financial contribution of Hiland Dairy that the Little Rock Zoo is able to offer this special discount day to the public, and for that, we are very thankful. Hiland Dairy has a strong commitment to the Zoo and wants every Arkansan to experience this family attraction that provides engaging experiences to inspire people to value and conserve our natural world,” said Zoo Director Mike Blakely.
In addition to providing a sponsorship for the discount day, Hiland Dairy has also provide the Zoo with in-kind product donations for Café Africa and for special events at the Zoo, and has also provided free advertising opportunities for the Zoo on its milk cartons. The annual sponsorship totals more than $50,000 and 2014 marks the fifth year in a row that Hiland Dairy has made this commitment.
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