It’s no secret that Universal likes to throw shade on its Twitter accounts, mostly towards Disney parks, and they often do so over sweet, sugary churros.
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Surprisingly, SeaWorld has joined the churro debate on Twitter the past few days by sharing the following announcement.
You know what’s better than a churros stand? A beautiful landscaping project.
Nothing to see here
You know what’s better than a churro stand? A nice landscaping project.
Nothing to see here 🌿🌷🍃
— SeaWorld (@SeaWorld) March 16, 2022
Fans were quick to react, saying they were excited to see what the new project could bring to the park. User SeaWorld Work Orders (@SWneedshelp) shared the following comment, mentioning current attractions at various Sea World locations:
A landscaping project? Does this mean more trees, shrubs, and other new plants for the areas surrounding Pantheon, Emperor, Ice Breaker, and Texas Stingray? ! I’m so excited!
A landscaping project? Does this mean more trees, shrubs, and other new plants for the areas surrounding Pantheon, Emperor, Ice Breaker, and Texas Stingray? ! I’m so excited! pic.twitter.com/GkXzTIieeH
– SeaWorld Work Orders (@SWneedshelp) March 16, 2022
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However, not all users shared this sentiment, and many expressed their opinion, with most suggesting that SeaWorld has a lot of work to do if they are to catch up with their competitors. Joseph (@whoisjseph), for example, tweeted:
Yeah, this is @SeaWorld we’re talking about here, so it’s probably going to be another ugly, unthemed steel roller coaster dumped in one of their parks that are already half-filled or abandoned projects. My God, I miss the pre-Blackfish @SeaWorld.
Yeah this is @SeaWorld we’re talking about here so it’s probably going to be another ugly, unthemed, steel rollercoaster plopped into one of their parks which already are filled with halfassed or abandoned projects. Gosh, I miss the @SeaWorld of pre-Blackfish.
— joseph (@whoisjseph) March 17, 2022
Every day it becomes more and more common for different theme parks to use their social media in this way, and while they may not always get the response they expect, it will still be fun to see discussion they can create.
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Learn more about Sea World
the SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment official website describes the company and its achievements as follows:
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment™ is a leading theme park and entertainment company delivering experiences that matter and inspiring guests to protect animals and the wild wonders of our world. We are one of the world’s leading zoological organizations and a global leader in breeding, behavior management, veterinary care and animal welfare. We also rescue and rehabilitate sick, injured, orphaned or abandoned marine and land animals, with the goal of returning them to the wild. SeaWorld® and Busch Gardens® rescue teams have helped more than 36,000 animals in need over the past 50 years.
Ice Breaker is the newest coaster built at SeaWorld Orlando; its bright colors attract guests and fill a hole in the park, which previously did no favors. Ice Breaker was announced to be built in 2019, but due to the pandemic, the roller coaster’s opening date was severely pushed back. The $8.2 million attraction ascends and descends 93 feet and reaches a speed of 52 miles per hour. While these stats don’t really give off the “creepy” vibe, the coaster packs a lot more punch than it looks.
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SeaWorld had recently made a $3.4 billion offer to take over Cedar Fair, but that offer was rejected.
More recently, SeaWorld Orlando was slapped with a lawsuit after a family who visited the park claimed they were assaulted by a group of teenage guests and SeaWorld Orlando failed to protect them, even after witnessed what was happening. the Orlando Sentinel reported on the ongoing incident which involved Aimee, Michael and Connor Johnson, as well as Duval County’s Holly Witt on behalf of a child. The group filed a lawsuit against SeaWorld on February 1 and claims to have been seriously injured due to SeaWorld’s negligence. The costume is priced at $100,000.
With parks in Orlando, San Diego and San Antonio, SeaWorld has a variety of thrill rides to offer its guests including Ice Breaker, Infinity Falls, Mako, Kraken, Manta, Journey to Atlantis, NEW Texas Stingray, Riptide Rescue , Sea Swinger, Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster, Great White Roller Coaster, Steel Eel Roller Coaster, Rio Loco, Tidal Surge, Emperor, Electric Eel and Tidal Twister.
What do you think of Sea World? Have you visited Sea World recently? Let us know in the comments!