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Nassal Company of Orlando has placed a construction lien, stating SeaWorld owes them over $200,000 for worth they completed at the new Antarctica attraction that opened earlier this year. SeaWorld refused to comment on it.

http://www.baynews9.com/content/news/baynews9/news/article.html/content/news/articles/cfn/2013/10/8/seaworld_accused_of_.html?cid=rss
 
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Bill said:
Nassal Company of Orlando has placed a construction lien, stating SeaWorld owes them over $200,000 for worth they completed at the new Antarctica attraction that opened earlier this year. SeaWorld refused to comment on it.

http://www.baynews9.com/content/news/baynews9/news/article.html/content/news/articles/cfn/2013/10/8/seaworld_accused_of_.html?cid=rss

And why is corporate mad at BGW again?
 
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This is fairly interesting. They did an amazing job with Curse of DarKastle; I wonder why SeaWorld would not pay. Perhaps budgetary issues?
 
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More than likely it's a dispute over quality of work or not meeting deadlines... or something similar. But it's certainly not good publicity for the park, or the chain as a whole. Since SeaWorld won't comment, chances are we won't know for sure what the real story is.
 
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If SEAS doesn't think they're at fault, why on earth wouldn't they make a statement? It makes them look guilty whether they are or not if you ask me...
 
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Zachary said:
If SEAS doesn't think they're at fault, why on earth wouldn't they make a statement? It makes them look guilty whether they are or not if you ask me...

Ya, it doesn't make them look any better. But with the litigious society we live in, especially in the business world, I'm not surprised. It's safer to say "no comment" then to retort with an explanation.




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I have real trouble believing it is a quality issue. It was a great attraction.

Depends on what part of the work they might have an issue with. (This is just theorizing, not saying it is the issue.) It could be something behind the scenes, or that guests aren't aware of within the attraction itself that was supposed to be there.
 

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I kinda hope you are right. I would be a bad sign if it is a financial issue.

I was thinking he same thing about it being prudent not to comment, BTW.
 
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