Jupiter, FL, November 12, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Frank Entertainment, one of the World’s oldest and most respected Motion Picture Theatre and Entertainment Companies (1906), today announced the theatre chain is introducing reserved seating at its Queensgate Stadium 13 location in York, Pennsylvania. The Premier theatre will be the first in the Frank Theatres circuit to allow moviegoers to select their seats in advance. “With your suggestions at heart, Queensgate 13 now offers “Save Your Seat” and we are thrilled to be the only movie theatre in York to offer our customers the ultimate convenience of reserved seating,” said owner Bruce Frank.
Frank Theatres reserved seating concept is as easy as 1-2-3. Step 1 - simply choose your movie online at franktheatres.com; Step 2 - select your seat from the menu and “Save Your Seat” of choice; Step 3 - pick up your movie tickets from Guest Services or at the Automated Box Office.
Allowing moviegoers the opportunity to reserve their seats in advance, whether you buy your tickets weeks in advance or a few minutes before the movie starts, “Save Your Seat” is designed to enhance your overall movie going experience… and just in time for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 movie opening 11/18/2010 at midnight, enjoy a large popcorn and your favorite beverage all in the comfort of your reserved seat.
Frank Theatres operates 27 locations across New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
About Frank Entertainment
Celebrating 100 years of “Bringing Families Together”, the Frank Family Entertainment Group was founded in 1906 by Samuel Frank of Philadelphia, PA. From its humble beginnings in the movie theatre business to its current reputation as both a pioneer and innovator in entertainment, hospitality and real estate, the Company has consistently built a track record of success. The Company has owned, operated, developed and managed over 150 entertainment venues including nickelodeons, motion picture theatres, arcades, restaurants, nightclubs, bowling centers, game centers and family entertainment centers. Frank Theatres, a division of the parent company and incorporated in 1921, introduced “talkie” films to the Philadelphia area, built the first “Twin” theatre in the United States (1966) and developed one of New Jersey’s earliest Mega-Plex Cinemas…the Towne 16 Stadium Cinema…which also reintroduced stadium seating back in 1986. The company also develops, owns, and operates numerous shopping centers, retail and residential properties, restaurants, nightclubs, hotels and condominium developments. Headquarters are located in Jupiter, FL and Atlantic City, NJ.
About Frank Theatres
Frank Theatres currently owns and operates 27 theatres and 232 screens in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Today, guided by 3rd generation leadership and a seasoned management team, Frank Theatres continues their growth with upcoming projects to include sites in Delray Beach, FL., Greenville, SC, Murrells Inlet, SC., Cary, NC., Holly Springs, NC., Southern Pines, NC., Ranson, WV., Willow Grove, PA., and Syracuse, NY.
For additional information, visit http://www.franktheatres.com/.