Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary has launched its winter season fundraiser to offset the slow season while bringing awareness to the community about the zoo and all its efforts. In order to reach it’s goal of $30,000, the zoo has partnered with various partners in the community including Lew Rees and the Daily Courier, and sponsors like the Fain Signature Group and its publication, SignalsAZ.com.
“SignalsAZ.com and the Fain Signature group are excited to support this important effort to get the Zoo through the slow season. We are proud to support the efforts or the Courier. The zoo does an amazing job caring for over 200 animals, many of which would not survive without the sanctuary’s help. We think it is important for our region to know that it is truly an animal sanctuary that takes in animals that otherwise would not make it in the wild. In doing so, they educate the public on hundreds of different species and their important role in our world. It is truly a gem of our region, playing an important role in both education and tourism,” says Guy Roginson, Executive Editor, SignalsAZ – Talking Glass Media Studios of Prescott Valley.
Partnering with Papa John’s Pizza – Promo Code ZOOLOVE
The Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, located in Prescott off of Willow Creek Road, has partnered with Papa John’s Pizza offering a special in which the zoo will receive $2.00 from every special ordered. The Promo Code is ZOOLOVE and with this code you will receive 2 medium pizzas with 2 items and your choice of desert, for only $16.99 at the Prescott and Prescott Valley restaurants. Please order as many of these specials as you can from now until it ends on March 7th.
See Some Animals At Local Walmarts
The Zoo will be at the local Walmart’s this week collecting donations and will have animal friends out to visit. On Monday we will be at the Prescott Walmart on AZ-69 from noon – 4 pm and on Tuesday the 5th, we will be at the Gail Garner store from noon – 4 pm. Come by to say “HI”!
The Zoo would like to thank the community for all of your support and look forward to a successful fundraiser and awareness campaign. We hope you will join us in helping help and care for the animals and inform new residents and uninformed residents that we have a wonderful Zoological Sanctuary right here in the Quad cities.