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SeaWorld Just Unveiled A New Plan To Win Back Visitors: Roller Coasters And Education

SeaWorld has been losing visitors by the droves, but it isn’t giving up on trying to lure them back with flashy new rides and shows. The beleaguered theme park company announced a huge slate of new rollercoasters, rides and animal “encounters” to be added to locations nationwide next year. All told, the additions will cost about $175 million, according to a press release.
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