SeaWorld Entertainment is ditching its corporate name for a new moniker: United Parks & Resorts Inc. 

The Orlando-based company isn’t making any changes to the names of its parks, however. SeaWorld parks in Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego, and Abu Dhabi will retain their current names, as will the chain’s Busch Gardens, Sesame Place, and Aquatica parks. 

The corporate name change will take effect on Feb. 12, with the company’s New York Stock Exchange symbol switching to PRKS the next day. 

“Our new company name, United Parks & Resorts Inc., better reflects that we have been, and will continue to be, a diverse collection of park brands and experiences,” SeaWorld CEO Marc Swanson said in a press release. “Each of our iconic parks, including the four SeaWorld parks in Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego and Abu Dhabi, will continue to operate under the same names our guests know and love. What also remains unchanged is our deep commitment to creating experiences that matter for our guests and inspiring them to help protect animals and the wild wonders of the world.”

The company’s corporate website will also change on Feb. 13, switching to UnitedParks.com.