Expect more good reads like this one from first-year Advertising blogger Sarah Durrant.


… Or is there? What would you do if former employees made terrible accusations against your company? Marineland has recently found itself in this position, as over half a dozen former employees have come forward to demand justice for Marineland’s allegedly mistreated animals.

This all began back in August when, as seen in this article from The Star, former employees finally broke their silence. They claim the poor conditions (particularly unhealthy water) at the facility, as well as the lack of trainers, have resulted in years of suffering and pain for the animals. This is some pretty serious stuff. Actually, it sounds like a public relations nightmare.

John Holer, who’s owned Marineland for the past 51 years, completely denied the accusations at the time. Fast forward to October 4th, after countless protests and public outrage, and Marineland finally agrees to get its water tested by an external…

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