Advance Ticket Sales Help Protect Savanna

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With over a week until the April 22nd premiere, Disneynature’s African Cats has already sold over $1.7 million dollars in advance sale tickets through the African Cats, Save the Savanna initiative.

Disneynature is teaming with African Wildlife Foundation, and with the sale of advance tickets, vital funds are being raised to protect the land these big cats call home. The amount generated from tickets has already saved more than 9,500 acres in the Amboseli Wildlife Corridor of Kenya. Dr. Patrick Bergin, CEO of the African Wildlife Foundation, says, “Through this amazing collaboration, we celebrate our 50th anniversary together with Disneynature and all the people who are helping establish the Amboseli Wildlife Corridor.”

Alan Bergman, President of Walt Disney Studios said, “We are very impressed with the passion people are showing for African Cats – advance ticket sales for this film have surpassed both Earth and Oceans at this stage of the game, which shows how excited moviegoers are for both the movie and the Save the Savanna initiative.”

If you’d like to purchase advance tickets and contribute to conserving the home of these beautiful animals, please visit the Disney website.

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