The savvy investor behind SeaWorld’s Sea Change

sea ​​world theme parks were reeling from declining attendance and bad publicity when the fund manager Scott Ross emerged in 2017 and began advocating for change.

Shares of the Orlando, Florida-based company hit an all-time high in March this year, far outperforming their rivals Six Flags Entertainment Corp. and Cedar Fair LP, before a large market sell-off in May. SeaWorld sales and profits also hit records last year as visitors bought more expensive tickets to try new rides and spent more on food, drink and souvenirs than ever before.


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