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Free admission at the Dallas Zoo from Elephant auto insurance

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Get free admission and other ways to earn free tickets to the Dallas Zoo this weekend 01/31/14 through 02/02/14. Elephant Auto Insurance, a new player in the insurance market in Dallas-Fort Worth is proud to offer zoo visitors a chance to get free admission to the zoo and donate to Ninety-Six Elephants, a non-profit that helps prevent the slaughter of elephants for their ivory tusks.

The Dallas Zoo covers 106 acres of parkland with their very own Dallas Zoo Monorail, the popular Giants of the Savanna exhibit along with the Wilds of Africa and the Children's Zoo.

Get there early for free admission by being one of the first 96 visitors each day on either Friday, Saturday or Sunday (01/31/2014 - 02/02/2014). Another way to get free admission is to bring in a quote for free admission.

Go online to and get a quote from Elephant Auto Insurance. Print it out and bring it to the zoo for one free admission on Friday,Saturday and Sunday.

Obtain a free quote at between 1/30/2014-2/2/2014 and receive free admission between 1/31/2014 and 2/2/2014 with a printed copy of a quote confirmation after the 96th person admitted free ($5 Value-One per Household). No purchase is necessary. In order to have Elephant Insurance donate $5 to 96 Elephants, email your quote confirmation to by 11:59:00pm 2/9/2014 EST/CST. No purchase is necessary.

For more information, please visit the rules and conditions page over at contests page.



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