Posted Monday, June 6, 2005 1:11 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Billy Hurley, general manager of the Dolphin Conservation Center at Marineland, is in charge of the slick new image this historic tourist attraction is carving out for itself with a multi-million-dollar renovation. Hurley hopes to display new facilities worth $10 million next to the old ones in July -- with new pools where people can swim with dolphins, not just watch them -- and a renewed mission.
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