Cinemark is hosting FREE movies during Cinemark Community Day on August 20, 2016 at your local Cinemark movie theater!
The event will be held from 9 AM to 1 PM at Cinemark theaters across the US. Attendees can enjoy family films such as Kung Fu Pand 2, Home, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Madagascar and Shrek.
In addition to free movies, Cinemark will offer concessions at a discount. Concession items such as small popcorn, 16 oz. soft drink and candy will be priced at $2 each. Net proceeds will support WE.org, and organization “providing youth emporwerment and service learning programs in the USA”.
Bring friends & family to enjoy a free movie and help WE.org at the same time!
Movie titles and showtimes will be available online at cinemark.com August 15th. Complimentary tickets for Cinemark Community Day will be available at the box office of each theater beginning at 8:30 AM on August 20th. Tickets will only be available at the box office and will be given out on a first come, first serve basis. Seating is limited and there will be no rain checks. Show times and movie titles vary by location. Check your local theater for available titles and show times. For more information go to cinemark.com.
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