SeaWorld Plans Big Change To Attractions
SeaWorld has decided to take a step into their competitors’ direction. Competitors Disney World and Universal are known for their theme parks, water parks, hotels and a plethora of other options that keep visitors for days, while SeaWorld only offers a namesake park and a water park.
To become competitive with these rivals, SeaWorld has a big change planned. CEO Marc Swanson says, “We continue to make progress with our plans to design and build hotels to complement our park offerings. We have engaged multiple consultants and industry resources to evaluate a number of site and facility concepts as we further develop our strategies.” Swanson did not offer any further comment, but promised more was to come.
Additionally, despite the pandemic, SeaWorld has maintained an ambitious plan to open 11 new rides across 10 of its theme parks in 2022, allowing SeaWorld to offer more roller coasters than any other single theme park in the Orlando area.
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