It's quarterly earning report time. Here's round-up on Disney:
From the Sentinel: "Domestic theme parks’ attendance rose 4 percent in Disney’s second quarter, despite the Easter holiday falling into the current quarter. Disney benefited from a week of the winter holiday shifting into its second quarter, during which parks and resorts’ revenue rose 9 percent to $4.3 billion compared with the previous year. Operating income increased 20 percent to $750 million."
And for SeaWorld:
From the OBJ: "The company reported first-quarter 2017 earnings on May 9 with revenue at $186.3 million, down 15 percent when compared to $220.2 million for the same time last year. Admissions revenue was $115 million, down 16 percent, and food/merchandise sales decreased 14 percent to $71.2 million for the first three months of this year."Tweet
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