Watch Julie Scardina and “animal lifesavers” from SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Discovery Cove on the Dr. Oz show this Thursday, May 19. Dr. Oz meets penguins, a vulture, a sloth and a camel – and chats with Julie about important medical insights we can learn from animals.
Did you happen to catch the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens animal ambassadors Tuesday when they visited The Tonight Show with Jay Leno? On her 55th show appearance, Julie Scardina brought some of the parks newest and favorite animals. The lineup of exotic animals included Kasi and Mtani, the cheetah cub and Labrador puppy, Asian small clawed otters, several baby owls and a crocodile monitor.
The United States Travel Association’s (USTA) Discover America Daily Getaways promotion is back by popular demand for a second year. The promotion runs April 11 through May 13, 2011 allowing travelers to save up to 60 percent on airfare, hotels, car rentals, theme park admission and city attraction passes. You can access these deals through a website especially created for this promotion, DailyGetaways.com.
Two of SeaWorld’s “Happy Tails” partner shelters are competing nationally in the ASPCA’s “100K Challenge” and need your vote.
Your vote will help them secure the “Top 50 Shelter” spot needed to be a national finalist. Imagine the good they could do for homeless pets in our communities with this prestigious grant.
On April 16 The Dawn Brancheau Foundation is hosting the Inaugural “Dream Big 5K” at SeaWorld Orlando. The event also includes a one-mile family walk and a food collection drive. All food contributions and a portion of the race proceeds will benefit the Central Florida Children’s Home. The registration fee is $25 and participants can pre-register online at EpicSportsMarketing.com.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment today promoted Roi Ewell, Human Resources Vice President at SeaWorld San Diego, to Corporate Vice President, Industry and Government Affairs.
The SeaWorld Rescue Team and their animal friends are on the road again sharing its rescue mission and teaching students across the U.S. how they can help wildlife. This week the team from SeaWorld Orlando is headed to the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia, after spending last week sharing heartwarming stories with schools in Boston. Meanwhile in Texas, SeaWorld San Antonio is headed to the state capital, Austin, after a great week in Corpus Christi.
We love our fans and wanted you to be some of the first to hear about the exciting new killer whale show opening at our three SeaWorld parks this spring and summer.