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Here are the funding credits for The Geo Team, but only in public television airings on PBS Kids.

1991-1992Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is made possible in part by the grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the financial support from Viewers Like You.

1993Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is made possible in part by the grant from Kellogg's, who urges you to explore the joys of reading. Additional funding for The Geo Team is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, and the financial support from Viewers Like You.

1994Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is made possible in part by:

  • Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pants. Proud to support the development of happy babies.
  • Chuck E. Cheese's, where a kid can be a kid.

With additional funding from Mead Johnson, the U.S. Department of Education through the grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, and the financial support from Viewers Like You.

1995Edit

The Geo Team is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the annual financial support from Viewers Like You, the U.S. Department of Education, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, and by:

  • Chuck E. Cheese's, where a kid can be a kid.
  • Chef Boyardee's Chef Jr. Dinosaur Pasta supports the PBS Kids TV.
  • Kimberly-Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes, and training pants. Proud to support the development of happy babies.

With additional funding from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations and Mead Johnson.

1996Edit

Version 1Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is made possible in part by a major grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the annual financial support from Viewers Like You, the U.S. Department of Education, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and the National Science Foundation.

The Geo Team is also funded in part by:

  • Edison International, proud sponsor of the Geo Team. By using our creative energys and working together, we can all make the world a little brighter. Edison International, and the Edison Internation family of companies.
  • Sears, support for the Geo Team is just one of the many sides at Sears.
  • The Geo Team is supported by the IBM, solutions for a small planet.
  • Chuck E. Cheese's, where a kid can be a kid.

With additional funding from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations and Mead Johnson.

Version 2Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television, and by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations.

This program is made possible in part by:

  • The grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice, 100% juice for 100% kids!
  • Edison International, proud sponsor of the Geo Team. By using our creative energys and working together, we can all make the world a little brighter. Edison International, and the Edison Internation family of companies.
  • Sears, support for the Geo Team is just one of the many sides at Sears.
  • The Geo Team is supported by the IBM, solutions for a small planet.
  • Chuck E. Cheese's, where a kid can be a kid.

With additional funding from the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

1997Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is made possible in part by a major grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the annual financial support from Viewers Like You, the U.S. Department of Education, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, and by:

  • Chuck E. Cheese's, where a kid can be a kid.
  • Chef Boyardee's Chef Jr. Dinosaur Pasta supports the PBS Kids TV.
  • Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, reminding you that learning and growing are more than good. They're great!

1998Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is made possible in part by:

  • Chuck E. Cheese's family entertainment centers, Chuck E. Cheese's thinks learning is fun. Chuck E. Cheese's, where a kid can be a kid.
  • Chef Jr., from the makers of Chef Boyardee, proudly supports educational programming on PBS.
  • Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, reminding you that thinking and creating are more than good. They're great!

With additional funding from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the U.S. Department of Education through the grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Science Foundation, and Viewers Like You.

1999Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You, and by

  • Gap, along with Gap Kids and Baby Gap. Proud to support The Geo Team on PBS.
  • And by Libby's Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice, 100% juice for 100% kids!
  • Chuck E. Cheese's, where a kid can be a kid.

With additional funding from the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

2000Edit

Version 1Edit

This program is made possible in part by:

  • The grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice, 100% juice for 100% kids!
  • And by Gap, along with Gap Kids and Baby Gap. Proud to support The Geo Team on PBS.
  • And by, Post Alpha-Bits Cereal, 26 little letters that make up a million of words, up to billions of stories. And it all starts with A-B-C. Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you the Geo Team on PBS.

Geo Guy: And by...
Green Bob: ...the United States Department of Education, (shows the US Department of Education logo) through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. (shows the CPB logo)
Geo Guy: And by contributions to your PBS station from...
Little Guy: Viewers Like You.
All (Geo Guy, Green Bob, and Little Guy): Thank you.

Version 2Edit

This program is made possible in part by:

  • The grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice, 100% juice for 100% kids!
  • And by DIRECTV, proud to support children's programming on PBS. DIRECTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment including family-oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So what are you looking at?
  • And by Gap, along with Gap Kids and Baby Gap. Proud to support The Geo Team on PBS.
  • And by, Post Alpha-Bits Cereal, 26 little letters that make up a million of words, up to billions of stories. And it all starts with A-B-C. Post Alpha-Bits is proud to bring you the Geo Team on PBS.

Geo Guy: And by...
Green Bob: ...the United States Department of Education, (shows the US Department of Education logo) through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. (shows the CPB logo)
Geo Guy: And by contributions to your PBS station from...
Little Guy: Viewers Like You.
All (Geo Guy, Green Bob, and Little Guy): Thank you.

2001Edit

The Geo Team is made possible in part by:

  • Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Helping celebrate the moments that turned the world of childhood into a world of fun. PBS Kids, where a kid can be a kid.
  • Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, where they know that the fun of playing and learning together is more than just good. It's great!
  • And by DIRECTV, proud to support children's programming on PBS. DIRECTV delivers access to over 210 channels of digital entertainment including family-oriented movies, music, and cable networks. So what are you looking at?

Geo Guy: And by...
Green Bob: ...the United States Department of Education, (shows the US Department of Education logo) through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. (shows the CPB logo)
Geo Guy: And by contributions to your PBS station from...
Little Guy: Viewers Like You.
All (Geo Guy, Green Bob, and Little Guy): Thank you.

2002Edit

The Geo Team is funded in part by a Ready to Learn grant from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And by:

  • Kix. Kids are always learning and always growing. That's why Kix Cereal supports PBS and the Geo Team for helping kids to feed their curious appetites.
  • Chuck E. Cheese's. Why are these kids laughing? Why not. Fun and the joy of learning, are essential to growing up, and we're proud to play our part at Chuck E. Cheese's by supporting children's public television. Where a kid can be a kid!

And by contributions to your PBS Stations from Viewers Like You, thank you.

2003Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is provided by:

  • Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Helping children discover the fun of developing their bodies, and their minds. PBS Kids, where a kid can be a kid.
  • Juicy Juice, we're behind the Geo Team, 100%. Of course, that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice 100% juice.
  • Post Alpha-Bits, 26 little letters that make the words, that let you share your feelings, around the corner or around the world. Bringing us all, a little bit closer together. Post Alpha-Bits Cereal is proud to bring you the Geo Team on PBS.

Geo Guy: And by...
Green Bob: ...a grant from (shows the US Department of Education logo) the United States Department of Education, (shows the CPB logo) through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Geo Guy: And by contributions to your PBS station from...
Little Guy: Viewers Like You.
All (Geo Guy, Green Bob, and Little Guy): Thank you.

2004Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is provided by:

  • Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporters of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids, where a kid can be a kid.
  • Juicy Juice, we're behind the Geo Team, 100%. Of course, that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice 100% juice.

Geo Guy: And by...
Green Bob: ...a grant from (shows the US Department of Education logo) the United States Department of Education, (shows the CPB logo) through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Geo Guy: And by contributions to your PBS station from...
Little Guy: Viewers Like You.
All (Geo Guy, Green Bob, and Little Guy): Thank you.

2005Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is provided by... Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporters of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids, where a kid can be a kid. And by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Aggrement from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, thank you.

2006Edit

The Geo Team is made possible by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Aggrement from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service. Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Helping kids discover that families and fun, go hand in hand. PBS Kids, where a kid can be a kid. Additional funding for The Geo Team is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, thank you.

2007Edit

Funding for The Geo Team is provided by:

  • Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids, you know kids should act their age, especially when they're having fun. PBS Kids, where a kid can be a kid.
  • D-A-N-I-M-A-L-S. Danimals. The Geo Team is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help faster that growth and development of kids everywhere.

And by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Aggrement from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, thank you.

2008-2010Edit

Major funding for the Geo Team is provided by:

  • The National Science Foundation, where discoveries begin.
  • Northrop Grumman Corporation, defining the future.
  • Ernst and Young, our volunteers help bring the Geo Team experience to life for kids across the country. Together we make learning have fun, so kids can reach their balls. Ernst and Young, quality in everything we do.
  • Intel Corporation is a proud supporter of PBS, The Intel Innovation in Education Initiative, provides teachers with resources to inspire their students, and encourage them to unlock their potential. We are Intel. (Shows the Intel logo with the Intel jingle playing) Sponsors of tomorrow.
  • Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Helping children discover the fun of developing their bodies, and their minds. PBS Kids, where a kid can be a kid.
  • Kids come in all shapes, sizes, and abilities. At CVS Caremark, through our program "All Kids Can", we envision the world where all of these children can come together, to learn, play, and succeed. That's why we're proud to sponsor The Geo Team on PBS.

With additional funding from PBS Kids Ready to Learn, No Child Left Behind grant from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Public Broadcasting Service, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, thank you.

2011Edit

Funding for the Geo Team is provided by... Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids, you know kids should act their age, especially when they're having fun. PBS Kids, where a kid can be a kid. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, thank you.

2012-2014Edit

Major funding for the Geo Team is provided by:

  • Fun for everyone makes a family strong. Chuck E. Cheese's proudly supports PBS Kids.
  • Chick-fil-A proudly supports quality educational programming for the whole family on PBS. The cows have no beef with that.

Geo Guy: With additional funding from...
Green Bob: The National Science Foundation, (shows the NSF logo) where discoveries begin. And by, (shows the Northrop Grumman logo) Northrop Grumman Corporation, defining the future.
Geo Guy: And by...
Little Guy: The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, (shows the CPB logo) through the cooperative agreement of... (shows the US Department of Education logo) the U.S. Department of Education's Ready to Learn grant.
Bloo: And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You.
All (Geo Guy, Green Bob, Little Guy, and Bloo): Thank you.

2015-presentEdit

Version 1Edit

Major funding for the Geo Team is provided by:

  • Fun together is the best fun of all. Chuck E. Cheese's proudly supports PBS Kids.
  • Chick-fil-A proudly supports quality educational programming for the whole family on PBS. The cows have no beef with that.

Geo Guy: With additional funding from...
Green Bob: The National Science Foundation, (shows the NSF logo) where discoveries begin. And by, (shows the Northrop Grumman logo) Northrop Grumman Corporation, defining the future.
Geo Guy: And by...
Little Guy: The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, (shows the CPB logo) through the cooperative agreement of... (shows the US Department of Education logo) the U.S. Department of Education's Ready to Learn grant.
Bloo: And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You.
All (Geo Guy, Green Bob, Little Guy, and Bloo): Thank you.

Version 2Edit

Major funding for the Geo Team is provided by:

  • The best time to play is anytime. Chuck E. Cheese's proudly supports PBS Kids.
  • Chick-fil-A proudly supports quality educational programming for the whole family on PBS. The cows have no beef with that.

Geo Guy: With additional funding from...
Green Bob: The National Science Foundation, (shows the NSF logo) where discoveries begin. And by, (shows the Northrop Grumman logo) Northrop Grumman Corporation, defining the future.
Geo Guy: And by...
Little Guy: The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, (shows the CPB logo) through the cooperative agreement of... (shows the US Department of Education logo) the U.S. Department of Education's Ready to Learn grant.
Bloo: And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You.
All (Geo Guy, Green Bob, Little Guy, and Bloo): Thank you.

The Geo Team Specials FundingEdit

Funding for The Geo Team is provided by

The best time to play is anytime. Chuck E. Cheese's proudly supports PBS Kids.

When you encourage your children to love to learn, they can achieve amazing things. abcmouse.com, early learning academy. Proud sponsor of PBS Kids, and The Geo Team.

Green Bob: The National Science Foundation, Supporting education and research across all fields of science and engineering. The National Science Foundation, Where Discoveries Begin.

Little Guy: Northrop Grumman Corporation, Supporting Innovation for STEM Educational Experience for Students and educators. Northrop Grumman Corporation, defining the future.

EY, our volunteers help bring The Geo Team experience to life for kids across the country. Together we make learning have fun, so kids can reach their balls. EY, Building a better working world.

Geo Guy: And by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, A private corporation funded by the american people.

Bloo: With additional funding from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, dedicated to strengthening america's feature through education.

Green Bob: The U.S. Department of Education

Bloo: And by The Weezie Foundation.

Little Guy: And Viewers Like You.

All: Thank You!

Geo Guy: Special Funding for this Weather Watchers episode is provided by Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman.

Man: Local Broadcasting for The Geo Team is provided by McDonald's. Buy six piece chicken mcnuggets for $299. Also French Fries, and a Burger for $998. McDonald's, Where I can find my way one step at a time, I'm Lovin' It.

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