Event Sponsorship

2019 Sponsorship Opportunities

In cities with zoological parks such as the Amarillo Zoo, the economic benefit to the state, city and business community is important. Recognizing the importance of strong community relationships, the Amarillo Zoo continues to build corporate partnerships that help support our commitment to the preservation and conservation of our natural environment.

Corporate giving provides funding and other support for the Zoo’s important conservation and public education programs. Partnerships may take the form of both monetary and in-kind donations, along with a mix of sponsorship and promotional exposure. Additionally, sponsor-partner marketing programs help corporate partners deliver their message to a target audience in an uncluttered environment.

The benefits of Amarillo Zoo’s corporate sponsorship are immeasurable! From building brand loyalty and visibility, we offer a number of sponsorship opportunities that support a great cause that is dedicated to education, conservation, and family recreation. The best part is your organization can benefit from exposure to the 200,000 visitors who visit us each year.

Event sponsorship at the zoo is an opportunity for companies and corporations to engage a wide demographic range of consumers in a truly unique and special environment. Each year, through special events and innovative programming, the Amarillo Zoo seeks to capture the excitement and the imagination of visitors while it continues its active conservation, education and resource management programs of local and regional impact.
A partnership with the Amarillo Zoo offers corporate partners to capitalize on the appeal and not only “reach” their audience, but to support one of the communities’ greatest family destinations.

To learn more about becoming a sponsor please contact the Amarillo Zoo.

(806) 381-7911

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The Amarillo Zoo is located in Thompson Park. Take Hwy 287 North off of I-40, take the N. 24th Ave. exit and go West, turn right into Thompson Park and follow the signs to the Zoo parking lot.

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