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May 12, 2011
Just in time for summer, Southwest Airlines and SeaWorld are teaming up to offer customers great savings on family vacations and the chance to win a trip to visit SeaWorld. In celebration ofSouthwest Airlines' 40th Anniversary and SeaWorld's newShamu show, "One Ocean," the companies have partnered to give away 40 trips in 40 days.
Each prize will include the following for a family of four: tickets to the winner's SeaWorld theme park of choice, hotel accommodations in that city and roundtrip tickets on Southwest Airlines. Travelers can visit Southwest.com/OneOcean to enter to win.
Additionally, Southwest is offering special anniversary deals in Orlando, San Antonio and San Diego. Deals include 40 percent off hotels, $40 off Avis car rentals, fourth night free on vacation packages, adult tickets at kid prices to all three SeaWorld parks, and much more.
To further the celebration, Southwest and SeaWorld employees and customers recently welcomed SeaWorld's penguins, Pete and Penny, at San Antonio International Airport. Southwest customers were greeted by this pair of Magellanic penguins, along with a lemur and a wallaby, and were able to take photos with the animals while chatting with the trainers. SeaWorld also gave away park specific admission tickets at the gates.
In addition to SeaWorld’s newest whale show, "One Ocean," SeaWorld San Diego is also debuting Turtle Reef, an attraction that will allow guests to get an up-close look at 60 threatened or endangered sea turtles, as well as learn more about the threats sea turtles face in the wild, this summer. The attraction also will feature thousands of tropical fish, and a new ride that takes passengers on an exciting rescue mission of their own. The focal point of Turtle Reef is a nearly 300,000-gallon aquarium with a massive underwater viewing gallery.
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