Southwest Airlines is directly sponsoring Dinosaurs Live until February 21, engaging travel lovers with one of the world’s most beloved time periods. Dinosaurs Live is a life-sized animatronic spectacle, featuring bio-specific animal creations. With a 46-foot T-Rex, a slew of other creatures and the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary’s wonderful trails, Dinosaurs Live promises to be an event all can enjoy.
The Exhibit and Attendance
Dinosaurs Live is the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary’s 9th annual version. Its intertwined Heard Exhibit promotes the museum’s year-round actions while the main event is displayed. Dinosaurs Live offers fun for families and friends alike, featuring educational activities, holiday events, indoor amenities and demonstrations. Event runners utilize years of museum experience to ensure quality, making Dinosaurs Live a legitimate and quality walkthrough experience.
The Heard Natural Science Museum dedicates its efforts to promoting its visibility. Often, museums experience a lack of funding from unknowing crowds or simple city dynamics. Dinosaurs Live promises to provide ‘spillover’ from the event into the museum’s mainstays and attractions. Moving, roaring dinosaurs are positioned near the museum’s play area and photo op. Viewing trails are stroller and jogger friendly, granting access to all walks of life.
The Heard Wildlife Sanctuary and Southwest Airlines
Dedicated to its energy goals, Southwest Airlines takes pride in promoting anything green. The Heard Wildlife Sanctuary, located in the previously restored Blackland Prairie, exists in less than one percent of its former area. Many of Southwest Airlines marketing efforts attempt to support diminishing North American ecosystems, taking part in community events and restoration projects.
The Heard Wildlife Sanctuary is currently one of North America’s most endangered ecosystems, too, and the area’s impactors constantly support the habitat by applying rich soil and other materials. Dinosaurs Live nods to this by explaining the Cretaceous Period’s natural mineral deposits and soil material. The Blackland Prairie is the Heard Wildlife Sanctuary’s chief concern, and Southwest Airlines intends to directly fuel the establishment capable of enhancing its health.
The Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary is a nonprofit organization, yet its direct sponsorship provides great opportunity. Event-goers can donate, assisting local wildlife and environmental programs. Similarly, the Southwest Airlines approach to clean, clear flying constantly builds up the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary’s efforts. The world of marketing sponsorship is wide and varied, but Southwest Airlines fits the bill in terms of on-the-mark support.