Frank Buck Zoo
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The paper presents a strategic analysis of the Frank Buck Zoo in Gainesville, Texas, suggesting some of the ways that the zoo can raise money and renovate its structure to prepare for the future. The paper discusses ways of increasing income and visitors noting some of the efforts already being made. The paper recommends more effort for the near future so as to make the zoo more solvent and stronger.
From the Paper:"The Frank Buck Zoo in Leonard park, Gainesville, Texas has reached a crossroads, facing closure after 50 years or a better future with a better plan for bringing in enough money to operate the zoo, increase the reach into the community and provide for a future for the park and its visitors. The zoo started as an outgrowth of the Gainesville Community Circus that used the town as a winter base and training ground, but the circus closed in 1948. The animals were transferred to the new zoo and housed in small cages, allowing zoo visitors to get close enough to toss food to the animals. Over the years, the size of the zoo and the number of animals housed there have increased. But things began to change in the 1990s, leading to the current concern about the future of the zoo."
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Frank Buck Zoo (2005, December 01) Retrieved May 11, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/frank-buck-zoo-84529/
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