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Cobb Theatres has acquired the Plaza Cinema Cafe in Orlando, Florida, according to a press release issued by the company on December 22, 2010. The acquisition happened on December 10th, and the company was quick to upgrade the theater so that all twelve screens now feature Digital Cinema Projection systems, with four capable of RealD 3D presentations.
"With the holiday movie season in full swing, we acted quickly to enhance the movie-going experience for our customers in Orlando," said Jeremy Welman chief operating officer, Cobb Theatres. "Our goal is to provide an entertainment destination that includes the highest-quality audio and visual presentation for our theater guests. Every day."
Located in The Plaza in downtown Orlando, the Cobb Plaza Cinema Cafe provides luxury amenities, an expanded concession menu, a full dining menu, and two wine bars. The theater was opened by Orlando Movie Co. and American Theatre Corp. on May 29, 2009, and at the time, it was reported to be the first movie theater in downtown Orlando in decades. RP Realty Partners took over management in December 2009.
Cobb Theatres now operates 18 locations in Alabama, Colorado, Florida, and Virginia, with two locations opening soon in Virginia and Georgia.
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