San Diego Native Kathy Najimy’s Transit Ad Urging Tourists to Avoid SeaWorld Rejected by Airport

For Immediate Release:
March 11, 2014

“The San Diego International Airport is run in part by the city, which means that Kathy Najimy and PETA are properly entitled to the same freedom of speech that SeaWorld enjoys. Ads against cruelty to orcas and other sea life should not be locked out by ads promoting an amusement park that profits from cruelly capturing and confining those animals.”

—PETA Senior Vice President Dan Mathews

 

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