Zoofari With Larry the Cable Guy
Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy
A partnership with Lincoln Children’s Zoo, the Git-R-Done Foundation
and Larry the Cable Guy
Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy, will give hundreds of children’s hospitals and rehabilitation centers across the nation the chance to bring the zoo to their patients. Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy will feature a series of fun and educational videos for children who can’t visit a zoo themselves. Filmed on location at Lincoln Children’s Zoo, the Zoofari videos feature Larry the Cable Guy interacting with zookeepers and animals.
“Partnering with Lincoln Children’s Zoo on Zoofari is a unique way to bring the experience of going to a Zoo to children who don’t have the opportunity to visit themselves,” said Larry the Cable Guy. “Through the Git-R-Done Foundation, we’re proud to support children’s hospitals and give kids this interactive, educational experience.”
The videos will also be shown at Zoofari Stations inside the Zoo. These stations will enhance all guests’ experiences – children and adults alike – by providing an in-depth learning experience for everyone. “The Zoofari videos will get all children more excited about animals, science and nature,” explained president and CEO John Chapo. “Whether the children are in hospitals or can actually visit Lincoln Children’s Zoo, the new Zoofari series will entertain and enhance the entire zoo experience for thousands of children.”
Information for Children’s Hospitals and Rehabilitation Centers
Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy videos are available to any children’s hospital and rehabilitation center free of charge. The videos are available on DVD.
Follow http://www.lincolnzoo.org/zoofari.html for more information on how to get your hospital Zoofari DVD’s
Lincoln Children’s Zoo and the Git-R-Done are excited to share with you a second series of Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy episodes. Zoofari DVDs have already reached over 100,000 children in over 300 children’s hospitals and rehabilitation centers across the nation. With these new Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy episodes, we would like to include your hospital in our mission of bringing the zoo to young patients. Zoofari is filmed on location at Lincoln Children’s Zoo, featuring a series of fun and educational videos for children who are...
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Great news! Since we created the Zoofari Project with The Lincoln Children’s Zoo, we have 250 hospitals across the nations that have requested DVD’s! If you represent a hospital and think these videos will put smiles on the little faces, check out the link below to request DVD’s! The Zoofari Project was created for pediatric hospitals as a way to bring the zoo to children that are too sick to leave the hospital. The DVD features zoo director, John Chapo, and Larry the Cable Guy, offering education and fun for kids! Click...
We are so proud to be a part of the Zoofari project with The Lincoln Children’s Zoo! This is a great chance to bring the zoo to children to sick to leave the hospital. Hosted by zoo director, John Chapo, and Larry the Cable Guy, we hope this DVD puts smiles on faces! If you represent a hospital, or know someone who does, follow the link to request your FREE DVD’s! Click her to request your FREE Zoofari DVD