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Sea World Entertainment “Not Satisfied” With Results in Second Quarter 2017

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Yesterday we brought you news about Sea World Entertainment’s consideration of possibly selling off assets to boost the bottom line. While we don’t have any updates on that just yet, the company did release their second quarter results for 2017. It’s not good. Here are some highlights from their press release: Attendance in the second quarter

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Sea World’s Antarctica: Far More Than A Ride

In Theme Park University’s second look at Sea World Orlando’s largest expansion – we take a look at the new penguin habitat, the unique food and beverage offerings, smaller details and why some theme park fans need to chill out.

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First Look: Sea World Orlando’s Antarctica

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Take a first look at Sea World Orlando’s biggest addition ever: Antarctica Empire of the Penguin. A game changer in not just Orlando, but the the entire themed entertainment industry featuring animal encounters, unique dining options and a first of it’s kind trackless ride.

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