Theme Park Insider's list of official theme park Twitter feeds
Written by Robert Niles
I use Twitter on my iPhone, and have found it a great way to keep up with many news sources, as well as friends and industry acquaintances. If you're among the dwindling crowd not familiar with Twitter, it's a feed of short messages (140 characters or less) from people you choose to follow. Anyone who registers may post updates, which are read by anyone who has chosen to follow you. Following is not reciprocal, so you don't have to follow people who follow your updates, and vice versa.Tweet
In the theme park world, SeaWorld's RealShamu is the king of all Twitterers, with frequently hilarious posts, cute photos and giveaways to fans. But many other parks maintain Twitter feeds, too. Some are meant primarily for writers who cover the parks, but many, like RealShamu, are written for fans.
If you follow an official feed from another park (or if you are on the PR staff at a park with a Twitter feed not listed), please post the URL for that feed in the comments. I'll update the list as additions are posted.
And, of course, you can very welcomed to follow Theme Park Insider on Twitter, too.
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