A trip to the movie theaters can be a pretty costly event nowadays. When you think about the price of a movie ticket plus food and drinks you can leave with a severely damaged wallet. Many people miss out on great theater experiences because of lack of funds. Thankfully, the New Brunswick, New Jersey State theater, Boraie Development, and The Provident Bank Foundation have all come together to create something great for those without the necessary disposable funds. Check out Central Jersey Working Moms for more.
The State theater was very happy to announce the return of the Free Summer Movies Series. The six summer movies featured in the series will be completely free for the community throughout the entire summer. there is no better place to host the series than the storied State Theater. It has been around for close to 100 years and is known as one of the state’s preeminent venues for live performance. Visit Bloomberg to know more.
According to NY Times, Boraie Development and The Provident Bank Foundation are sponsoring the community access initiative. This is the second time Boraie has sponsored the series. Boraie’s Vice President says the company was more than happy to do their part once again. Jane Kurek, Executive Director of The Provident Bank Foundation spoke on behalf of the foundation, stating its excitement derived from being able to help families and young people enjoy the summer as much as possible. It is estimated that around 7,500 people will indulge in the opportunity. The experience should be great considering the parties involved.
About Boraie Development
Boraie Development is a New Jersey based real estate developer. Boraie mainly focuses on the urban real estate market, providing real estate development, property management and sales/marketing among other services.
Boraie Development works with a list of high net worth individuals. Recently retired NBA player Shaquille Oneal partnered with the real estate developer.