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Carmike Cinemas, Inc. announced recently that the grand opening of the Carmike Tiger 13 in Opelika, Alabama is scheduled for 7pm on May 1, 2014. The 13-screen theater will feature one of Carmike's "BigD" big-screen concepts, which will seat 580 people in front of an 81-foot wide screen, backed up by an enhanced sound system.
“At each Carmike location we are committed to bringing our guests the ultimate entertainment experience through large format digital projection with bigger screens, better sound, and the finest in-theatre seating which ensures a cutting-edge presentation each and every time,” stated David Passman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Carmike Cinemas. “We are extremely pleased to bring this exceptional entertainment complex to Opelika and the Auburn community, while providing our valued guests with superior cinema-going entertainment. It is exciting to have Opelika join a select list of communities offering Carmike’s uniquely immersive BigD large screen experience.”
To celebrate the theater's opening, they are offering a concessions promotion that includes a medium drink and popcorn for $5.00 through Sunday, May 4th.
We expect to receive their showtimes shortly, so be sure to add the Carmike Tiger 13 to your Favorite Theaters list and watch their Showtimes page for updates!
Source: Carmike Cinemas Press Release
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