The Denver Zoo is offering guests that wear white today (Feb. 27) a buy one, get one admission. In celebration of International Polar Bear Day the zoo is offering up special prizes in honor of the white bears and to raise awareness of reducing our carbon footprint.
Polar Bears International invite people to take the "Thermostat Challenge" by turning down the temperature in their home by two degrees to preserve polar bear habitat. Guests can further show their support on the day by wearing white to the zoo and receiving buy one, get one free admission.
Reducing our carbon footprint can slow and even reverse climate change, which causes sea ice to melt. Polar bears require sea ice to reach their prey and without it, polar bears can't survive. Even small adjustments by humans can make a big difference.
Zoo visitors can win prizes for their involvement in the "White Out" event. Everyone that joins this event on the zoo's Facebook page, shares it on their own Facebook page and helps Denver Zoo spread the word about ways we can help save polar bears will be entered to win special prizes from Denver Zoo!
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2. DL Hughley Comedian
3. Jacoby Jones – Superbowl Superstar
4. Lisa Vanderpump – RHOBH
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6. Victor Ortiz – WBC Welterweight Champion
7. Zandaya Coleman – Disney Star
8. Aly Raisman – Captain of the USA Gymnastic Team
9. Ingo Rademacher – Jax from General Hospital
10.Kellie Pickler – American Idol
Quite the storm on Sunday..as they say we need the moisture. I agree but I love it for 2 reasons...it's fun to watch your dog do his deed in deep snow...worth a laugh. Also when we get large amounts, like Sunday,I get big red out. Thats my supersize snowblower and I do the whole neighborhood. My neighbors love it and I love it as well....not for any money. I just makes me feel good to help.....also all the beer donations I get doesn't hurt!!
July 17 – Toronto, Ontario, Rogers Centre
July 19 – Bronx, N.Y., Yankee Stadium
July 22 – Chicago, Ill., Soldier Field
July 26 – San Francisco, Calif., Candlestick Park
July 28 – Pasadena, Calif., Rose Bowl
July 31 – Vancouver, British Columbia, BC Place
Aug. 4 – Hershey, Pa., Hersheypark Stadium
Aug. 6 – Detroit, Mich., Ford Field
Aug. 8 – Baltimore, Md., M&T Bank Stadium
Aug. 10 – Boston, Mass., Fenway Park
Aug. 13 – Philadelphia, Pa., Citizens Bank Park
Aug. 16 – Miami Gardens, Fla., Sun Life Stadium
Denver may get a surprise.....Plus, Beyonce may show.