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SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. released its preliminary second-quarter financial results Aug. 1, which show the economic tides have receded a bit for the theme park operator.
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The Orlando-based marine park operator, ahead of its Q2 earnings call on Aug. 8, announced estimates that hint attendance and revenue both dropped during the three-month period ended June 30. The company attributed the declines to “adverse weather,” including during peak season, but did not give specifics. It’s unknown if the company was referring to the nation’s record heat wave.
Here are more details from the company’s report, according to SeaWorld:
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