We have known for a long time that our Park President Dan Decker is tall in Texas. But now his peers at the Texas Travel Industry Association’s (TTIA) have noticed as well.
For the 2nd year in a row, SeaWorld San Antonio will host the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson – an international Guinness World Record attempt for the largest simultaneous swimming lesson ever conducted on Thursday, June 14. This year lessons will take place in the new Aquatica Waterpark at 10 a.m.
The March of Dimes March for Babies 5K Run/Walk is one of the largest walking events, both locally and nationally. SeaWorld had the great honor of hosting the event again this year. With about 11,000 participants at the April 14 march, the event keeps growing.
April is the Month of the Military Child, and SeaWorld San Antonio was honored to be a part of celebrating with them at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas earlier this month. Shamu came out to meet and greet with children between their baseball, t-ball and soccer games and even hand out some bubbles to the little ones.
One of the greatest joys of working at SeaWorld San Antonio is participating in the outreach events that are available to team members. Knowing that actions speak louder than words, I find that reaching out is very rewarding.
Last Friday, SeaWorld's resident penguin stars, Pete and Penny, made an appearance on the ice at the AT&T Center for the San Antonio Rampage game. Pete and Penny represented this SeaWorld-sponsored game.
SeaWorld San Antonio prides itself on the care given its animal residents. Recently the Association for Zoos and Aquariums officially recognized our park for our animal care standards and the success of our conservation and and education programs.
We’re on the road again! Each year in the early spring, the SeaWorld San Antonio Marketing, Animal Ambassador, and Education Departments travel to several of our neighboring communities to spread the word about what’s new in our park for the upcoming year. While we’re in town, we also takethe opportunity to share our animals and their stories with schools.