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Bowling Green, OH: Cinemark Woodland Mall Cinema 5 Will Not Reopen

Posted on Friday, July 17th, 2020 and updated on Monday, July 20th, 2020 4:36 PM


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The Cinemark Woodland Mall Cinema 5 in Bowling Green, Ohio will not be reopening, according to a message posted to the Facebook page for Woodland Mall:

After 31 years as a tenant at the Woodland Mall the Cinema will be closing the doors. This is such sad news for the mall, the Cinema staff and our customers.

The posting quoted a letter from the theater:

Dear Landlord:
As a result of the outbreak of SARS-CoV2 coronavirus and associated COVID-19 disease, Cinemark hereby informs you that as the date of this letter we will be vacating the premises and returning possession of the premises to Landlord. Cinemark does not make this decision lightly, but given the unprecedented and tragic circumstances, Cinemark has made this difficult decision. As you are aware, Cinemark faced a particularly acute challenge stemming from the COVID-19 outbreak due to the various local, State and Federal mandates specifically requiring the closure of public motion pictures. While such mandates were wise and prudent given the situation, it unfortunately resulted in economic hardships for Cinemark that ultimately led to this decision. Cinemark has enjoyed serving this community over the years and appreciates the Landlord's efforts in connection with the Woodland Mall.

Moviegoers in the area will need to visit one of the other nearby theaters, including the Cinemark Levis Commons 12 in Perrysburg, and the Fallen Timbers 14 and XD in Maumee. These theaters are operated by Cinemark as well, so if you have gift cards to use, you'll be in good shape (once they reopen, of course).

Image above by Google Maps Street View, taken in May 2019. The entrance signs are seen from Highway 25, looking south.



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