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The Carmike 7 in Spartanburg, South Carolina has closed. The last time we received showtimes for the theater was December 5, 2013, and an article published recently in the Spartanburg Herald-Journal mentions that the sign is empty and the phone recording confirms the theater's closure:
Apparently, it's curtains for another Spartanburg movie theater.
Carmike 7 Cinema at Hillcrest shopping center has shuttered indeterminately after 20 years in business.
The light boxes that typically hold movie posters were barren on Friday. The theater's sign in front of the shopping center where show times are usually posted had the word "closed" in black letters. A moving truck was parked in front of the building, as crews were removing furniture and other items.
A message on the theater's phone line informed callers of the closure, thanked customers for their years of patronage and invited them to visit Carmike Wynnsong 7 across town.
Click the Read link below to view the full article.
Moviegoers in the area will need to visit the Carmike Wynnsong 7, Regal Westgate Mall Cinema 8, and Regal Spartan Stadium 16 (all on the other side of town) to see movies on the big screen from now on.
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