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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE :
Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Boo at the Zoo Announces New Event Features for 2012

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                          

 

For more information, contact:

                                                                                                                          

Susan Altrui

501-661-7208 direct

501-351-0273 cell

saltrui@littlerock.org

 

Katie Grant

501-661-7212 direct

501-580-7698 cell

kgrant@littlerock.org

Zoo to Announce New Haunted Garden, LRSD Discount Wednesday

Press Announcement to be Hosted at MLK Elementary School Garden

 

Who:                           Zoo staff, 5th Grade students Keith Bates and Kiersten Bynum from Martin Luther King Elementary School

What:                         Zoo staff and MLK students will announce the new Haunted Garden attraction for this year’s Boo at the Zoo event scheduled for Oct. 19-21 and 26-31 and will also announce a special discount for all Little Rock School District students for Boo at the Zoo.

Where:                       MLK Elementary School Garden, 905 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street, Little Rock, AR

 

When:                         1:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 10, 2012

 

Background:               Boo at the Zoo is the Little Rock Zoo’s annual Halloween festival and is now the largest Halloween festival in the state. This year’s event will be hosted October 19-21 and 26-31 with a special adults-only preview night on Oct. 18.  Boo at the Zoo will feature a new Haunted Garden attraction for the first time this year along with other attractions and rides such as the haunted house, haunted train, and Frankenstein’s Dance Party.

 

Visuals:                       Kids announcing new haunted garden with Zoo staff and some “scary” plants from the MLK garden.  

 


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