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SeaWorld’s properties in Central Florida rack up $23M worth of construction liens

June 23, 2020

Theme parks in Florida were dealt an economic blow when the spread of the novel coronavirus forced them to close their doors temporarily. A SeaWorld Orlando spokesperson told the Orlando Sentinel that they expect to be able to make payment arrangements with their vendors as the parks re-open.

The Sentinel also reported that SeaWorld Parks had a $400 million cash reserve at the end of April after securing recent loans, giving it an 18-month cushion to weather the pandemic.

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