It seems as though every year, as summer draws to a close, we hear about one more drive-in movie theatre that's gone out of business or had to shut down due to the cost of converting to digital projection. It just seems that, for this one cherished piece of the American experience, the required conversion to digital is potentially more likely to bury the business model rather than bring it into the future. Enter Project Drive-In, a movement created and Kickstarted by American Honda to help rescue as many drive-ins as possible by funding their conversion to digital projection.
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MAY 08, 2014
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440 WILLIAM FLOYD PARKWAY
SHIRLEY, NEW YORK, 11967
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - DJ RIVERHEAD 3 INC
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