Emagine Rochester Hills Opens With Charity Event, Offers Moviegoers A Return To Elegance
Grand opening celebration and charity event of new Emagine theater in Rochester Hills, MI, Open to public on December 22, 2010.
- Detroit, MI (1888PressRelease) December 22, 2010 - On Tuesday, December 21, 2010 at 5pm, Emagine Entertainment, Inc. invites metro Detroit to a grand opening charity event benefiting the Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan®, at their newly renovated 10-screen theater in Rochester Hills. Guests will be welcomed with family entertainment, and enjoy food stations from a variety of local restaurants before the official ribbon cutting ceremony at 6:30pm. The theatre opens to the public on Wednesday, December 22, 2010.
With the opening of the 45,000 square foot Rochester Hills facility, spending $4.5 million on renovations, Emagine will operate 66 screens in five metro Detroit locations. Their newest venue offers 1,900 seats featuring cutting-edge technology in projection and sound. Each auditorium includes stadium seating, wall-to-wall screens, digital projection and sound, plush high back rocking chair seats with cup-holder armrests, and minimum 48" row spacing. In addition, four of the auditoriums offer REAL 3D technology. All 10 auditoriums offer special luxury seating - high back leather seats with over 4.5' of leg room!
Emagine Rochester Hills joins Emagine Novi, Emagine Canton, and Emagine Woodhaven as one the most innovative theatres in the area. Emagine Rochester Hills' movie-goers will enjoy a full service concession stand with unique gourmet options: Crust Pizza & Wine Bar's hand-crafted, made-to-order artisan pizzas - and Poppin' Olive popcorn cooked in health-smart olive oil, in addition to offering popular movie-going fare like nachos, popcorn served with real melted butter, candy and soft drinks. Plans to offer the artisan pizza in other theatre locations are underway.
Emagine is the only theatre chain in metropolitan Detroit to offer its guests a full array of beer, wine and cocktails that may be enjoyed at their seat during a show.
"We believe that Rochester Hills represents a terrific market opportunity for our upscale product. This is a community we believe will value a high-quality experience. The impressive demographics make it the ideal location to open a state-of-the-art luxury multiplex," said Paul Glantz, founder and owner of Emagine Entertainment, Inc.
Charity event ticket price includes: A movie of your choice in one of the 10 screen, state-of-the-art auditoriums (current releases), popcorn & soft drinks, gourmet thin crust pizza, food from local restaurants, door prizes and entertainment. Tickets ($25 adults, $15 children under 16 years) are available at the door, at ReSale Connection, 204 S. Main Street in Rochester or by calling 248-656-0414. More information can be found at www.semich.assistanceleague.org.
Emagine operates 66 screens at five locations and a new complex is slated to open in Royal Oak in 2011. More information, including ticket purchases, can be found at www.emagine-entertainment.com or by calling (888) 319-3456.
Emagine Rochester Hills is located at 200 Barclay Circle, Rochester Hills, MI 48307. Direct theatre contact: (248) 243-3456.
Media Only: For further information or to schedule an interview with Emagine Entertainment's Paul Glantz or Betty Zych of the Assistance League, contact:
Ruth Daniels, Emagine Entertainment, Inc. 248.703.0997 -or - C&B Scene Inc, 248.336.8360