VIDEO: National Aquarium’s Present & Future pt. 2

Our CEO John Racanelli recently visited Center Maryland to discuss the success of conservation and education efforts, our stewardship of the Chesapeake Bay and our newest exhibit, Blacktip Reef.

As a 33-year-old institution, our hometown of Baltimore and the State of Maryland are integral parts of what we have been able to accomplish and what we continue to do in the community and the Chesapeake Bay region.

Watch John discuss our future in part two of his interview: 

To read John’s op-ed on Center Maryland’s blog, click here


2 Responses to “VIDEO: National Aquarium’s Present & Future pt. 2”

  1. 1 Judy Dierkes January 6, 2014 at 8:02 pm

    Very well written article! I did not realize the harbor was 40 years in the making of such a polished gem today! Keep up the good work at the National Aquarium….sounds like a great team of individuals makes it all possible! Future generations thank you!!! I look forward to visiting the newly renovated aquarium….thanks for the “good read”!!

  2. 2 Sharon J. Gaddy February 16, 2014 at 2:23 am

    The economic impact was 320 million a year and economic activity 20 million? That is Indeed a good and very potential investment. And the most important part is how huge the impact for educational, this is the main point in my personal opinion. Thanks John for your good work.

    Tweeted for sure 🙂

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