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SeaWorld, buoyed by strong finances, looks to draw more theme park visitors

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Orlando Sentinel

ORLANDO, Fla. — Orlando-based SeaWorld Entertainment continued to see robust financial results last quarter even as certain types of attendance at the company’s theme parks remain below prepandemic levels and operating costs increase, executives said. This quarter marks SeaWorld’s fifth consecutive period of record financial results, Chief Executive Office Marc Swanson said during a Thursday earnings call. But the company continues to face lagging international and group attendance, increased costs due to inflation, and staffing issues. The company’s total revenue was nearly $505 million from …

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