PETA claims that SeaWorld has a history of “notorious animal abuse” and applauded Virgin Holidays decision to end its relationship with the Florida theme park.
According to SeaWorld, First Responder Salute tickets purchased at Seaworld.com/firstresponders by July 31 can be redeemed for park entry until August 18, 2019. Those eligible for this offer include fire rescue responders, EMT/EMS employees, law enforcement officers, and 911 dispatchers.
On Tuesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis called the new direct flight another victory for the state of Florida resulting from his recent trip to Israel. The flights are already underway--now the governor hopes they will fill up.
Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, the perennial champion of theme park popularity, continued its reign in 2018 but a bigger story may be found in an underdog showing upward momentum as SeaWorld's attendance improved according to the 2018 global...
*Video courtesy of Universal Orlando Resort. Earlier this week, Universal Orlando Resort announced a ride update that is sure to please fans of the Harry Potter franchise. Universal announced an official opening date of June 13 for Hagrid’s Magical Creatures...
“Infrastructure development and maintenance are critical for rural communities to become more resilient,” said DeSantis. “We will continue to help these communities as they prepare for the future by utilizing every resource we have.”
Starting on Monday and going through July 15, SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment is offering free admission for U.S. military veterans and their families at its parks in Orlando, San Antonio and San Diego. SeaWorld's offer officially restarted one week before...
Back in May 2017, Rooney brought out the “Travel Agent Retail Fairness Act” which, according to the congressman’s office, rolls back regulations “which would remove a regulatory block and strike travel agencies from the blacklist that prohibits them from utilizing an exemption from federal overtime rules.
“The record-breaking success of Florida’s visitation is the result of the hard work of our state’s entire tourism industry,” said former state Sen. Dana Young.
The $1 million amounts to pocket money for the commission to show FIFA why it should pick Orlando as one of the 17 host cities for the North American bid if it is accepted. If Orlando did get games, it could be asked to spend anywhere between $31-81 million as the host city.