African Safari Wildlife Park Nominated For Business Of The Year 2020

Friday, July 30, 2021 at 8:49 AM

By African Safari Wildlife Park, news release

The safari park has long been featured on the Eagle Country 99.3 auction.


Kelsey Keller and Josh Adkins. Photo provided.

(Port Clinton, Oh.) - African Safari Wildlife Park was honored to accept the nomination from the Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce for Business of the Year 2020.

African Safari Wildlife Park's Director, Kelsey Keller and General Manager, Josh Adkins accepted the nomination at the Catawba Island Club on June 23. 

"We are so proud to be a part of the Port Clinton community," said Director Kelsey Keller. "We love this city - being able to provide Port Clinton with a safe, educational and up-close experience with animals, especially in 2020 amongst the COVID-19 pandemic, has been a true joy for us. There is no city we'd rather be in. Even though we did not win the award, we are so thankful to be recognized." 

African Safari Wildlife Park gives a warm congratulations to Magruder Hospital which won the award for Business of the Year 2020 due to their efforts in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

African Safari Wildlife Park is currently celebrating its 53rd season of operation. The park is scheduled to close for the 2021 season on December 5, 2021. 

For more information, visit African Safari Wildlife Park's Facebook and Instagram for announcements about promotions, updates and new exhibits. 

The Ohio Safari Park, African Safari Wildlife Park is located at 267 S. Lightner Road in Port Clinton, Ohio. The park is open daily, rain or shine, 9 AM to 7 PM with the last car admitted at 6 PM. 


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