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Too much debt, lack of growth, and facing bad publicity in its core park businesses as it lowers prices while attendance falls. Efforts to diversify into media entertainment and consumer products should help, but I just can't see how this beats the market over the long haul going forward.
SeaWorld Entertainment owns 11 theme parks under the following brands:SeaWorld (Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego)Busch Gardens (Tampa)Aquatica (Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego)Sesame Place (Pennsylvania)Discovery CoveAdventure IslandAlso in November, SeaWorld acquired Knott's Soak City which will be rename Aquatica San DiegoTheme Parks make money and as the economy starts to recover and people get more jobs the will take there children on vacations this stock will only go up
Expensive theme park operator that isn't Disney.
places like SeaWorld will still draw people/revenues regardless of the economy. i.e. "Disney"
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