Boraie Development and The Provident Bank Foundation are again sponsoring six free Summer Movies Series. The movies will be showing at the 1921 historical movie place, State Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The showings will offer the community a chance to enjoy their favourite movies with their loved ones. Also, they will revel spending time at summer camps, in sumptuous surroundings of State Theatre.
Organises are expecting to reach many families of around 7,500 people. Hiam Boraie, the Vice President of Boraie Development announced with the State Theatre Vice President of Development and Strategic Partnership, Anna Marie Gewirtz. Also, the Executive Director of The Provident Bank Foundation, Jane Kurek, was present.
The State Theatre provides the moviegoers with tremendous experience. From a digital cinema projection system that is HD, a 46’ Stewart film screen, digital surround sound and a Barco projector. The theatre has 1,850 seating capacity. Similar to the beautiful days of Hollywood, the audience can either sit or enjoy their viewing at the balcony.
Each movie will be showing at 10.30 am and 7.00pm as follows.
- The movie Frozen on July 12
- The Extra-Terrestrial on July 19
- Despicable Me 2 on July 26
- Babe on August 2
- Monsters University on August 9
- Aladdin on August 16
According to Philly Purge, organizes gave out their access no, 732-246-7469 and email: www.statetheatrenj.org/summer_movie_signup for those seeking reservations or planning for a bus trip. Only group above twenty can make reservations. For those buying tickets or seeking more information, the State Ticket number is 732-246-SHOW (7469) and website www.statetheatrenj.org. Offices location is at 15 Livingston Ave, New Brunswick NJ, opened from Monday to Friday from 10am to 6pm and Saturday from 1pm to 5pm.
About Boraie Development
Boraie Development is a Company that offers a range of services on the urban real estate market. The company focuses on property management, real estate development, and marketing in New Brunswick, Atlantic City and Newark. Boraie Development partners with strong financial institutions, credible architects, and contractors to ensure quality and timely project. For more details visit Bloomberg to know more.
Started by Omar Boraie, an Egyptian migrant, Boraie Development changed the face of New Brunswick, New Jersey. Omar choose the town of New Brunswick after Jonson & Johnson Company committed to retaining its headquarters in the city. In 1988, Boraie Development did the first project of executive offices, Albany Street Plaza Tower One and Tower two in 2003. The Company has constructed residential apartments, commercial buildings hostel for colleges as well as institutions buildings.