Houston Zoo hosts a walk with the animals

July 26, 2012 by  

On an early Saturday morning in November later this year, the animals of the Houston Zoo will awaken to be a part of the many witnesses of the attendees for the 5K and one-mile walk for Eye Stroll for Vision. The walk is scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 10 at 7:00 am and will be a leisurely stroll around the zoo, located in Hermann Park.

As more and more people donate money to Prevent Blindness Texas, many groups of friends and family come together to make teams for the Stroll and donate further for a chance to win prizes given away at the stroll, while printing companies will probably hard at work producing flyers and posters through their flyer printing and poster printing services to help advertise the event. It is fair to expect that the amount of people willing to walk for will rise steadily as the event gets nearer.

Many more teams are establishing themselves left and right as Eye Stroll for Vision draws closer and, while the purpose of the walk itself is enough to bring people together, the chance to win an iPad or a free one-year membership to the zoo for the entire family is also very enticing. With donations starting at $10 for adults and $5 dollars for children from ages seven to twelve to enter, the offer only gets better, as it can be a cheap entry into the zoo with the added bonus of assisting an excellent cause.