Exhibit your Support

Bison exhibit pavilion

Imagine spending over $50,000 on your annual grocery bill! One of the biggest expenses at the Amarillo Zoo is the cost of feeding and maintaining in good health the countless animals in our care each year. Our “Exhibit Your Support/Share the Care” campaign provides the corporate community an opportunity to assist the Amarillo Zoo by underwriting the cost of caring for our animal residents. Become an exhibit sponsor and help share the care of our precious creatures that teach us so much.

Become involved in a highly visible corporate sponsorship with the Amarillo Zoo – one of the Panhandles greatest community assets and a destination for more than 250,000 visitors annually. Your support will associate you with the beloved institution that stands for family fun as will as environmental education and conservation.

Choose an exhibit that you like. In return for a 3-year sponsorship commitment, your company’s name will proudly be displayed with a permanent plaque at your chosen exhibit. Your support WILL make a difference.

Benefits of Share the Care Sponsorships:

  1. Your companies presence in signage throughout the zoo
  2. Listing on our Donor Board located prominently on the zoo’s kiosks
  3. Acknowledgement in and subscription to our Z-mail newsletter
  4. Designed plaque placed by your chosen exhibit featuring your company name
  5. Logo recognition on exhibit

Available Exhibit Sponsorships

(Amount is per year for a 3-year commitment)

  • Lions – $2,000
  • Tiger – $2,000
  • Spider Monkeys – $2,000
  • Black bears –$2,000
  • Prairie Overlook – $2,000
  • Children’s Zoo – $2,000
  • Red Kangaroo – $2,000
  • Ring-tail Lemur – $1,000
  • Bobcat –$1,000
  • Serval –$1,000
  • Crested Porcupine – $1,000
  • Fox – $500
  • Badger – $500

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Come visit us!

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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