PETA Statement: Credit Suisse Says SeaWorld’s Stock Will Sink

PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman released the following statement in response to Credit Suisse’s downgrading SeaWorld to “Underperform” in a recent report:

Credit Suisse is now telling its investors what PETA has said for decades, and that’s to steer clear of SeaWorld. The park’s move away from circus-style orca shows and tawdry orca-breeding programs will be too little too late as long as SeaWorld refuses to release these long-suffering animals to seaside sanctuaries where they’d finally have a taste of freedom. SeaWorld’s orca tanks are tanking its business.

PETA’s motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to use for entertainment,” and more information about our campaign against SeaWorld is available at

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