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SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment launches ad campaign countering negative publicity

IAAPA News Flash | Mar 24, 2015

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment began printing ads Monday to fight negative publicity about the park's treatment of orcas. The campaign will also involve television commercials. "There's been a lot of misinformation and even lies spread about SeaWorld, and we recognize that it has caused some people to have questions about the welfare of killer whales in human care. This long-term campaign will address those questions head on. We want to provide the facts, so people can make up their own minds on this important issue," said David D'Alessandro, the firm's chairman and interim CEO. Fortune (03/23) San Diego Union-Tribune (03/23)


May 5 groundbreaking is set for Resorts World Las Vegas in Nevada

IAAPA News Flash | Mar 24, 2015

Centerbridge will purchase Great Wolf Resorts

IAAPA News Flash | Mar 25, 2015

Technical glitch stalls "Incredible Hulk Roller Coaster" at Universal Orlando Resort in Florida

IAAPA News Flash | Mar 25, 2015

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment defends against lawsuit about orca treatment

IAAPA News Flash | Mar 26, 2015

Restaurant at Walt Disney World Resort's Hollywood Studios in Florida adds new menu options

IAAPA News Flash | Mar 27, 2015

Ribbon-cutting ceremony is held for "Fury 325" at Carowinds in the Carolinas

IAAPA News Flash | Mar 26, 2015

"Tempesto" roller coaster to open next month at Busch Gardens Williamsburg in Virginia

IAAPA News Flash | Mar 23, 2015

Village Roadshow, CITIC to build theme parks in Asia

IAAPA News Flash | Mar 23, 2015

Time-lapse video showcases infancy of Disneyland Resort in California

IAAPA News Flash | Mar 27, 2015


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