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The Cinemark Broken Arrow in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma will open to the public on Friday, August 6, 2010, according to an announcement on the official Cinemark web site.
The new theater is located at 1801 E. Hillside Drive. It will feature digital cinema projection systems in all twelve auditoriums, and six of them will have 3D equipment from RealD.
To celebrate the Grand Opening of the theater, the first 100 people to purchase any movie ticket on Friday and Saturday will receive a free Cinemark "swag bag." Saturday is "Kids Day" from 11am - 1pm, where you can bring your kids to meet Front Row Joe, and face painting and balloon animals will entertain the young ones. Local radio stations will be on-site on Friday and Saturday, with free movie prize giveaways:
|Friday, August 6th|
|1pm-3pm||KMYZ 104.5 The Edge|
|3pm-5pm||KBEZ 92.9 BOB FM|
|6pm-8pm||KTBT 92.1 The Beat|
|Saturday, August 7th|
The new location is also looking for new employees! They are currently hiring for "Box Office, Ushers, Concessions and Managers."
The Broken Arrow Ledger has an article and a video tour of the new facility.
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