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The B & B Wildwood 10 with Marquee Suites in Wildwood, Missouri opened on October 1, 2010, according to an article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
In the midst of a recession and in the age of streaming media, a Missouri family is betting on the next generation of movie theatres at the unveiling of the Wildwood 10 cinemas tonight in west St. Louis County. Operated by B & B Theatres of Salisbury, Mo., the art-deco multiplex features a 56-foot wide screen in its largest theater and two resticted-entry suites for patrons over 21.
Along with the locally owned Granite City Cinemas, it is the second multiplex to open in metro St. Louis in less than two months.
Bobbie Bagby, director of marketing for B&B, describes the Wildwood location as the flagship theater for the company, which was started by her grandfather in 1924 and operates 204 screens in four states: Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Florida. Most of B&B's theaters are traditional operations in small towns, such as Dodge City, Kan., Miami, Okla., and. But Bagby says that the Wildwood venue reflects fundamental changes in movie-theater operations.
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