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Financial tide turning for SeaWorld San Antonio parent

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Financial tide turning for SeaWorld San Antonio parent
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SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. drew 20.2 million guests to its properties, including SeaWorld and Aquatica parks in San Antonio, in fiscal 2021. The Orlando-based company leveraged that turnstile count into $1.5 billion in revenue and a net income of $256.5 million — both records. The fiscal surge comes amid a protracted pandemic and despite a 2.4 million decrease in park guests compared to 2019 due to lingering concerns about Covid-19 and associated capacity limitations in some areas.