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Cinemark USA, Inc., which operates movie theaters under the Century Theatres, CinéArts, and Tinseltown brands, has announced details for their 2011 Summer Movie Clubhouse series of family-oriented movies.
Children of all ages are invited to attend the 10-week series of kid-friendly movies at the discounted price of $1 per person per movie. A punch card is available that will get you into all ten movies and it costs just $5.
"At Cinemark, we are always trying to offer the best programs possible to our customers," states James Meredith, Vice President of Marketing & Communications for Cinemark USA, Inc. "The Summer Movie Clubhouse offers an affordable way to beat the summer heat and enjoy some great family films. Our customers look forward to this successful program every year."
The series started on May 23, 2011 and is playing at over 150 Cinemark and Century locations. A quick look at a few participating theaters listed movies such as Astro Boy, Despicable Me, The Tale of Despereaux, and more.
The times, titles, and dates vary by location, so click on the Read link below to view the page on Cinemark's web site that has all the necessary details! (Click on the theater's name on that page to see a printable schedule of movies and many of them have coupons for concessions)
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