How Boraie Development is Giving Back to The Community

According to the article published through Central Jersey Working Moms, 2016 summer, the State Theatre announced the comeback of the so called Free Summer Movies Series, which was sponsored by The PBF (Provident Bank Foundation) plus Boraie Development. The movies that were featured included Aladdin on Aug. 16, Monsters University on Aug. 9, Babe on Aug. 2, Despicable Me 2 (2013) on July 26, and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial on July 19.

All the six movies were free-of-charge to the community, which offered youths the opportunity of enjoying their favorite films together with their summer camps, families, plus other groups in the luxurious State Theatre surroundings. The State Theatre is a famous 1921 movie palace; it has become among the best venues for live performance in New Jersey. Boraie Development Vice President, Hiam Boraie said that they were proud of sponsoring the wonderful series again, giving the young people and local families the opportunity of seeing movies at no cost in that amazing historic venue.

The PBF Executive Director, Jane Kurek was excited to help in making it possible for the families of all environments have those thrilling State Theatre experiences at no cost that summer. The State Theatre Development and Strategic Partnerships Vice President, Anna Marie Gewirtz added that they were glad to have brought back the summer movie series that year with an extended lineup that consisted of six films.

Gewirtz said that as part of their mission, there were dedicated to presenting reasonably priced family-friendly programming. Their year-round Community Access Initiative invited their community to enjoy different free events at the historic State Theatre. With the PBF as well as the Boraie Development generosity, they were going to reach a greater number of families that summer, almost 7,500 people.

Moviegoers were to enjoy an unmatched experience, starting with the high-definition, modern, digital cinema projection system of the State Theatre, which included digital surround sound, a Barco projector, and a 46-inch Stewart film screen.

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In a report by NJBiz, their forte has constantly been working together with contractors, architects with vision, and strongest financial institutions that are understanding deadlines, ensuring timely completion plus the success of all their projects.

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