By Sarah Falson
SYDNEY: As part of Bing Lee’s marketing partnership with the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, the retailer is offering customers who purchase certain products from its stores a family pass to the zoo.
From Sunday 6 May until Thursday 31 May, everyone who purchases either an LCD or plasma television valued at $1,000 or more, a digital video camera or a digital SLR camera will receive a bonus family pass to either the Taronga Zoo or the Western Plains Zoo.
“The latest promotion from Bing Lee coincides with their sponsorship of Taronga Zoo’s Francois Langurs to ensure vital conservation programs continue to help preserve the existence of the Langurs in the wild. The Francois Langurs, a small leaf eating monkey, are featured as part of the new ‘Wild Asia’ exhibit which also houses Taronga’s Asian Elephants,” said a Bing Lee press release.
The vouchers are redeemable up until 31 July, allowing two adults and two children aged between four and 15 years old or one adult and three children to enter either of the zoos for free.
“Bing Lee’s sponsorship will also provide visitors to the zoo with the availability of more baby buggies to ensure mum and dad are able to easily move around the park with the children safely tucked away in the stroller,” said the press release.
Conditions apply and the vouchers are available only while stocks last.