Miami Subs and the ZWF have partnered again for a Circus-themed event at the Miami Subs restaurant on 88th Street in Miami.

Online PR News – 22-May-2010 – – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Miami Subs Grill and the Zoological Wildlife Foundation (ZWF) will be hosting a circus-themed event at the Miami Subs location at 14001 SW 88th Street this Saturday, May 22, 2010 from 12:30 pm to 6:30 pm.

The ZWF will bring to Miami Subs both exotic animals as well as a petting zoo. The event will feature exotic animals, including: Dozer the Black Bear Cub, Titan the Tiger Cub, Derby the Albino Wallaby, Larry the Dromedary camel, Opi the Zebra, Penelope the Red Ruff Lemur, Dorito the Bonnet Macaque, Joey the Brazilian Tufted Capuchin, Emely the Squirrel Monkey, and Pumba the African Warthog. The children’s petting zoo will include a llama, alpaca, miniature donkey, lamb, goat, pot belly pig, rabbit, guinea pigs, and chickens. There will be four exotic wildlife presentations by the ZWF, where the animals are described in detail and children can learn about the origin of each.

Miami Subs Grill has successfully partnered with the ZWF to hold events in various locations around South Florida. More information is available at, and at

About Miami Subs Grill:
Miami Subs Grill, a South Florida company, has been serving great food for over 20 years with the first true Miami Subs restaurant opening in 1988. The franchise chain has grown to become Florida’s largest regional sub and grill chain featuring their world famous Philly Cheesesteak, Wings, Burgers, Gyros and most recently Pizza and Breakfast at participating locations. The chain is also one of the first in its category to offer delivery through a one number system at participating locations. Miami Subs currently has locations in the Carolinas, New York, Grand Cayman and Turkey with a number of locations projected to open in the coming year. For more information go to

About the Zoological Wildlife Foundation
Zoological Wildlife Foundation is an organization dedicated to educating the public about rare and endangered animal species in captivity and in the wild. At our facility, these animals will have the opportunity to live their lives to the fullest extent possible. ZWF is not a non-profit organization or are we funded by any private or governmental agency. Our income is derived sole from events, tours and contributions.