PETA buys enough SeaWorld stock to participate in shareholder meetings

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by Kens5.com Staff

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Posted on April 23, 2013 at 9:08 AM

SAN ANTONIO -- When SeaWorld debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, animal rights watchdog group PETA bought up enough shares to be eligible to participate an annual shareholders meetings. 

PETA representatives say they want to end the suffering endured by SeaWorld animals by releasing them into the wild. 
 
On it's first day in the NYSE, SeaWorld stock jumped 24 percent. 

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