LET'S GO OUT TO THE MOVIES...
March 31 2006 - Cordele Dispatch
It has been a long wait, but Cordele now knows that a theater is coming in June 2006. But just what does this mean for our community?
For one thing, it means a stronger local economy. We no longer have to drive to Albany or Americus to watch those latest releases. We can save our money (just look at those gas prices) and enjoy a top quality cinematic experience at home.
According to Joseph Paletta III, CEO of Spotlight Theatres, the stadium five-screen theatre will feature plush high back seats with wide spacing between rows for extra legroom and stadium risers for unobstructed viewing. All auditoriums will house high-gain, wall-to-wall screens with digital audio and high-quality projection equipment producing the best quality sight and sound.
And, for those of us who dread driving over thirty miles after the movie ends, well...those days are almost over.
Another thing the new theater brings to our community is something for our youths to do. We are still a growing city, and the children need something they can look forward to on a regular basis. Going to the movies is a positive experience for kids and keeps them away from trouble.
The theater also offers an alternative method for family time. Parents can take their children out for a quick bite to eat and smile when they hear them laughing during “Shrek III.”
There is nothing like the movies to draw a family closer and the children will look back years later when they are adults and remember those times. They’ll probably take our grandchildren to see “Shrek XIV” or “Star Wars –IV: Darth Vader’s Daddy Strikes Back.”
Cordele is already looking brighter than ever before and now we have another beam of light to add to our shining city. So, everyone, as the old saying goes, “Let’s go out to the movies...”
Oh yes, there is one more thing. Babysitters, your business might just boom when dads and moms want an evening alone to see a movie. And fellows, if you ever catch wind of “The Notebook II” opening up at a theater near you or that Brad Pitt, Denzel Washington or Tom Cruise is making another film, run. Ladies, if you hear Clint Eastwood is in negotiations to make another western, hide the newspaper and remote control.
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