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And yet that article does not do anything but say "Animals get sold between parks, trust seaworld leadership on what they say!"
I am not saying the park IS going towards bankruptcy, but if anything has been proven over the last few years the current executives only care about making as much money as they can and if they feel they can no longer do so, they will do whatever they can to minimize their losses. So.. yea
If you read the orlando weekly article, then give this one a read as well
Not saying you should believe either one, but there are two sides to every story
While I agree that this is the direction the company is likely heading in, it's an opinion article not necessarily factual.
What goes around comes around. Treat employees like c-ap you get what you derseve. Unfortunately the man himself won't be the one broke. He walk away with millions kinda s—s.
For many years I've said, "it can't get worse", yet SEA Senior Leadership proves me wrong, year after year.
Sea World Entertainment = Dumpster Fire
Burn baby burn