During the summer of 2016, the State Theatre had a free movie series that was sponsored by The Provident Bank Foundation and Boraie Development. The free movie series featured 6 movies, one each week for 6 weeks. The first movie in the series was Frozen which showed on July 12th followed by The Extra Terrestrial a week later. Despicable Me 2 showed on July 26th and Babe showed on August 2nd. The last two were Monsters University and Aladdin, which showed on August 9th and August 16th respectively. The movies were showing at 10:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on the respective dates.
New Jersey residents were very excited about the free movie series and turned up in large numbers with their friends and families to watch their favorite movies. Boraie Development Vice President, Sam Boraie, said they were happy to sponsor the free movie series. This is because it enabled people from all backgrounds to visit and enjoy the thrill of the State Theatre, from the amazing sound system to the great screen and projection system.
The State Theatre hosts several free events all year round through its Community Access Initiative, and the free movie series was a big boost to the initiative. About 7,500 people showed up for the movies—the biggest number ever seen since the State Theatre started the free summer movie series. The process of getting the tickets was very easy and straightforward. Those who were interested simply had to visit the ticket office, call the theatre, or visit their website. Large groups of people were also allowed to reserve tickets for the free movie series.
About Boraie Development
Boraie Development (boraie.com) is one of the leading real estate developers in the New Jersey real estate market. It is based in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Besides real estate development, the company also provides property management as well as sales and marketing services. The services provided by Boraie Development are topnotch, hence its great reputation in the industry. It has been a big player in the real estate industry for over 3 decades, and continues to leave its footprint in the industry through its stellar developments. Read more about Boraie on fundacity.com.
The free summer movie series is just one of the ways in which Boraie Development gives back to the community. The company has set the bar high for other players in the real estate field. And as mentioned by the Central Jersey Working Moms blog, it has made a great contribution to the industry in New Jersey and beyond.