Little Rock, Arkansas – On Thursday, the Little Rock Zoo and Hiland Dairy announced the return of Hiland Dairy Dollar Week.
It is set for Sunday, July 10 through Tuesday, July 12. For these three days, zoo admission will only cost $1 and parking will be free. Iced tea, punch, milk, and other beverages by Hiland Dairy will also be sold at the zoo during these days for $1.
Hiland Dairy has donated nearly $800,000 to the zoo in the form of cash sponsorships and in-kind product donations during their 13-year partnership, according to the news release.
“Hiland Dairy has a history of over 220 years of serving Arkansas families and communities with the best of the best dairy products and that’s a commitment to families and to quality. Hiland Dairy and the Little Rock Zoo share those traits,” said Little Rock Zoo Director Susan Altrui.
According to Clint Albright, a representative from Hiland Dairy, it is proud of this 13-year partnership with the zoo because “the Little Rock Zoo is all about families.” He also said he was “excited for the future of the zoo and happy to see so many families enjoying the zoo this year.”
Gates will open at 9 a.m. each day and the last admission will be at 3:30 p.m. with the zoo closing to the public at 4 p.m.
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