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The Hollywood Theaters SouthGlenn 14 in Centennial, Colorado opened to the public on November 20, 2009.
Below is the press release issued by Hollywood Theatres about the theater's opening.
Hollywood Theaters Opens Doors to SouthGlenn Stadium 14 on November 20th
CENTENNIAL, CO. November 12, 2009 – Hollywood Theaters is pleased to announce the opening of Hollywood Theaters SouthGlenn Stadium 14, which boasts over 70,000 square feet and nearly 2500 seats. The theater is conveniently located at The Streets at SouthGlenn in Centennial at South University and East Arapahoe. The auditoriums feature a cutting-edge approach to the industry and to Colorado, including the finest in digital projection with Sony 4K projectors, a full service bar and grill with premiere balcony seating and all reserved seating, all the time. This state of the art location opens to the public Friday, November 20 with an action packed weekend of events and fun!
Tickets available for online purchase starting Monday evening, November 16.
The SouthGlenn Stadium 14 will feature, SkyboX, a full service bar and grill located at the mezzanine level of the theater, offering patrons a creative twist on American pub cuisine (Download Skybox menu). Theater-goers of lawful age may also enjoy cocktails, beer and wine. Six of the fourteen auditoriums are outfitted with Premiere Balcony Seating and can be accessed from the mezzanine level. Upgraded seats and in-seat food and drink service (available until the movie previews begin) can be enjoyed from the balcony. For customersâ€™ viewing pleasure, children under 17 will not be admitted after 6:00pm in the balcony seats, except for films rated "G" and "PG". Guests of all ages are welcome in the SkyboX restaurant.
"We are excited to become a part of the vibrant Streets at SouthGlenn community. Hollywood Theaters is anxious to bring the discerning patrons of the surrounding areas the upscale theater facility that it deserves. We look forward to offering the 'whole-night-out' experience in one location," stated Heather Zimmer, VP of Marketing for Hollywood Theaters. The theater will also feature 100% reserved seating, allowing valued customers time to enjoy the theater before watching the film. Similar to reserving seats at a concert or on an airplane, Patrons can skip the lines and enjoy convenient print-at- home technology by visiting the Hollywood Theaters website at www.gohollywood.com. Ticketing kiosks are located near the theater entrance, giving customers another opportunity to bypass the box office.
The new theater will deliver the highest quality movie-going experience, complete with Sony 4K projectors and Real D 3-D technology. Sony 4K projectors offer the highest image resolution of all commercial projection technologies, producing 8.8 million pixels. 4K technology provides image resolution four times greater than 2K projection systems and slightly more than four times greater than consumer high-definition televisions. â€œSonyâ€™s 4K technology gives our patrons the opportunity to view motion pictures as never before, combining the highest levels of resolution, contrast and image quality to produce precise, life-like images in vibrant colors," said Clyde Cornell, Chief Operating Officer for Hollywood Theaters.
In addition to the SkyboX, guests can also expect a large, efficient concession stand featuring the finest quality snack favorites including Coca-Cola products and Orville Redenbacher popcorn. Customers can also enjoy delicious Eisenberg hotdogs, Super Nachos and many other delicious treats.
The Streets at SouthGlenn offers free parking throughout the project and a parking structure is located next door to the theater. Valet parking is available on the first level of the parking structure Thursday through Sunday from 4 pm-11 pm.
The facility is accessible to disabled guests including wheelchair accessible ramps, aisle seat allowances, and bathroom and countertop accessibility. Infrared headphones are available for hearing-impaired patrons.
Hollywood Theaters SouthGlenn Stadium 14 will feature a $10.00 general admission and $8.00 matinee price for all shows before 4 pm. Children (3-11) and seniors (60 or better), enjoy a discounted admission of $7.00 and $8.00, respectively. Students and military personnel receive a special $8.00 ticket. A $5.00 premium will be added to each Premiere Balcony Seating ticket. A $3.00 premium will be added to each 3-D ticket purchase.
About Hollywood Theaters
Portland, Oregon based Hollywood Theaters is the 8th largest theater circuit in the United States. The company operates 529 screens, with theaters in 20 states including: AL, AZ, CA, CO, FL, HI, KS, LA, MO, MT, NV, OH, OK, PA, TX, and WV including theaters in Guam, Saipan, American Samoa and Grand Cayman. SouthGlenn Cinemas 14 in Centennial, CO; and Hollywood Theaters Port Orange, FL; projected to open by the end 2009. Hollywood Theater Holdings, Inc is a portfolio company of GTCR Golder Rauner LLC. Founded in 1980, GTCR pioneered the strategy of identify and partnering with outstanding executives to build companies. GTCR manages more than $8 billion in equity and mezzanine capital invested in more than 100 companies in a wide variety of industries over the last 25 years.
For more information on Hollywood Theaters SouthGlenn Stadium 14 and the grand opening festivities along with ticket information, visit www.gohollywood.com.
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