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PETA buys stock in SeaWorld

Leah Zanolla | Posted: Apr 21, 2013 | Updated: Oct 19, 2014 - 9:25:27 AM
SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. went public with 20 million shares of stock on this week and in doing so, received a surprise from one of its biggest opponents. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) stepped up and bought enough shares to give them "the right to attend and speak at annual meetings and to submit shareholder resolutions asking for policy changes." Stock sold for $30.56 at opening.

Michelle Kretzer of PETA says their "first order of business as part owners of SeaWorld" will be "getting the orcas out - including Corky, who has been enslaved by SeaWorld for 44 years." They also plan to "educate stockholders about how marine parks tear orcas and dolphins away from their homes and families and imprison them in minuscule concrete tanks, where they suffer from captivity-induced stress and illness."

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