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The Cinemark Springfield Square Cinema 10 in Mansfield, Ohio will close December 1, 2013, according to an article published recently in the Mansfield News Journal:
Cinemark Springfield Square Cinema 10, better known as the dollar theater, will close Dec. 1, employees confirmed. Mark Weidemyre, director of the Ontario Growth Corporation, said he is sad to see any business leave Ontario.
“Especially with the growth we’re experiencing, it was a very affordable thing for families to do,” Weidemyre said. “We will actively be looking for someone to fill the space.”
James Meredith, vice president of marketing and communication for the Cinemark Corporation, did not return calls seeking comment.
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The theater is currently playing movies that debuted between August and mid-October, such as Elysium, We're the Millers, and Runner Runner, all for $1 per ticket. While the Cinemark 14 Mansfield Town Center is a very short drive away, it isn't showing movies for a dollar. That theater is showing first-run movies for anywhere between $5.25 for a matinee and $8.50 for an evening 3D show. In fact, if you want to see Elysium on the big screen, and you're in Mansfield, plan on travelling almost 50 miles to see it at the Cinemark Movies 10 - Canton in North Canton.
Photo above ©2013 Cinemark USA, Inc
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