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Thrive 2015



Your support enables Woodland Park Zoo to lead more than 1.3 million visitors each year on a journey that inspires a lifelong love of animals, makes science come alive and helps people take conservation action. As part of your sponsorship you can take advantage of the zoo’s 1.1+ BILLION total media reach, 125,000 Facebook fans, and 28 million YouTube video views (a number that makes Woodland Park Zoo the most viewed zoo in the western hemisphere).  Woodland Park Zoo also has the largest membership base among Puget Sound museum and cultural attractions with more than 40,500 members. By sponsoring the Thrive Leadership Awards, your company receives many other benefits such as:

  • Your company logo / name included on event collateral, including save-the-date and invitation mailing sent to over 3,000 community and philanthropic leaders in the Puget Sound Region.

  • Sponsor logo / name recognition integrated into signage and video screens at the Thrive Leadership Awards.

  • Sponsor company logos / names included in event advertisements, including two in MyZoo quarterly membership magazine (40,000 print readership)

  • Company invitation to join us for the big event, which is attended by close to 300 regional business leaders, philanthropists and community “movers-and-shakers.” This is a fantastic opportunity to network with some of the most influential members of our region.

  • An invite for your company’s employees to Woodland Park Zoo with a complimentary corporate membership for event sponsors, special invites to Wild at Heart donor events, and complimentary admission tickets to share with your employees or clients!

  • Tickets to the hottest summer concert series in town, ZooTunes.

  • Several sponsorship levels include VIP animal encounters which bring you eye-to-eye with the zoo’s most iconic residents.


See list of traditional Thrive sponsorship benefits


For more information regarding sponsorship, please contact:
Bridget Dolan, Thrive Manager