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Dining Around the Town

August 3rd, 2015 by Amanda Hofland

The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Metro area is growing fast with new businesses, especially restaurants and night clubs. Our region has many great offerings to eat, drink and socialize. Check out our list of options for the next time you wine or dine!


Alibi Lounge & Casino

B.T. Pub & Grille


Blarney Stone Irish Pub

The Boiler Room

Chili’s Grill & Bar

CJ’s Kitchen

Cracked Pepper

Dempsey’s Public House

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

The District Warehouse & Kitchen

Divots, Inc.

Doolittles Woodfire Grill

Famous Dave’s

Fargo Billiards & Gastropub

Frank’s Lounge

Fryn’ Pan Family Restaurant

Granite City Food & Brewery

Green Mill Restaurant

Grizzly’s Wood Fired Grill

Herd & Horns Bar and Grill

Hi Ho South

Hi Ho Tavern & Café

J L Beers

Labby’s Grill & Bar

Longhorn Steakhouse

Mill’s Lounge

Mom’s Kitchen, Inc.

Moorhead Billiards/Rail Bar & Café

Noodles & Company


Old Broadway

Pepper’s Sports Café

Pub West

Rookies Sports Bar & Grill

Rustica Eatery & Tavern

Scobey’s Tavern & Grill

The Shack on Broadway

Shotgun Sally’s Rock-n-Roll Saloon

Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews

Sideststreet Grille & Pub

Smiling Moose Deli

Space Aliens Grill and Bar

Spitfire Bar & Grill

Usher’s House


TNT’s Diner

The Toasted Frog

Village Inn

Babb’s Coffee House

Beans Coffee Bar

Luna Coffee & Tea Co.

Sandy’s Donuts and Coffee Shop

Acapulco Mexican Restaurant

Cajun Café

Grazies Italian Grill

Hennessy’s Irish Pub

Johnny Carino’s

Leeann Chin

The Olive Garden

Osaka Sushi & Hibachi

Panda Express

Qdoba Mexican Grill

Romo’s Tacos
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Speak Easy Restaurant & Lounge

Sweeto Burrito

Vinyl Taco

Wurst Bier Hall


Erbert & Gerbert’s Subs and Clubs


Moorhead Dairy Queen

Pat’s Treats

Pita Pit



Subway Sandwiches & Salads

Taco Johns

Tutti Frutti

The Yogurt Place

Basies Restaurant


Fargo Cork’n Cleaver

HoDo Lounge & Restaurant

Hotel Donaldson

Max Lounge



Monte’s Downtown

Seasons at Rose Creek

Blackbird Woodfire Pizza

Chuck E. Cheese’s

Godfather’s Pizza

Happy Joe’s Pizza & Ice Cream Parlor


Ole & Lena’s Pizzeria

Papa John’s Pizza

Rhombus Guys Pizza

Spicy Pie

Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint


Plains Art Museum: Dedicated to the Arts

August 3rd, 2015 by Amanda Hofland

plains art museum exterior

Even a brief visit to the Plains Art Museum in downtown Fargo is sure to wow any visitor, with the building’s gorgeous atrium, vaulted ceilings and warm wood beams inviting you to explore a host of art exhibits displayed throughout its halls and galleries. A visit wouldn’t be complete without a stop by the Blue Goose Café for a sophisticated and expertly plated lunch from chef Granville Wood, or a trip to the museum’s store for gifts to bring home. The museum’s commitment to the area arts scene and community is what earned them a recent ChamberChoice Award.

In fact, they tied with Hospice of the Red River Valley for Not-for-Profit of the Year. Becky Dunham, the museum’s curator, said that they were thrilled to share the award with Hospice as they have collaborated in the past. She sees the recognition as a reflection on the community here and confirmation that they are servicing the area well.

becky dunham chamberchoice awardAs a recent transplant from Texas, Dunham compliments the dynamic arts scene here—and even likes the winters. “When our organization got the award, it was recognition that we are contributing to the visual arts and cultural scene in the area, and that’s exactly why I came here,” she said. “To me, that’s what the award stood for: That what we’re doing is making a difference and that art does matter.”

As curator, Dunham oversees exhibitions and growth of its permanent collection and engages in community outreach. She shared that about 75% of the art collection are donations; the rest were purchased from its acquisition fund. The museum has nearly 4,000 works in its permanent collection and an average of 20 exhibitions per year. Last year the museum saw almost 62,000 in total attendance.

Longtime area residents may remember when the Plains wasn’t always what it is today. It actually began as the Red River Art Center in 1965 in Moorhead and was incorporated into Plains Art Museum in 1975. It wasn’t until 1996 that it began the move from Moorhead into downtown Fargo. Its current location was previously a turn-of-the-century International Harvestor warehouse that was originally built to showcase agricultural equipment. In 1997, after a renovation, the Plains opened into what we know it as today.

Even since its move, the Plains Art Museum has seen positive changes, furthering its position in the community. The Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Center for Creativity, which opened in 2012, offers art classes, as well as studio and exhibition space. A skybridge walkway now connects the original museum with this 25,500 square foot expansion.

The museum also became accredited and a member of the American Alliance of Museums, which means they must meet certain standards such as having climate-controlled exhibitions to monitor temperature and humidity settings to best preserve and display various types of artwork.

One thing many in the area may not realize is that the museum offers art experience classes upon request and can host unique teambuilding retreats for local businesses. It’s also available to rent.

Some of the most popular exhibits over the past few years at the museum have featured artists Andy Warhol, Rodin, Rembrandt, Red Grooms, Toulouse-Lautrec and a retrospective by local photographer Wayne Gudmundson.

The museum is currently showing an exhibition called Bakken Boom: Artists Respond to the North Dakota Oil Rush, which is Dunham’s personal favorite, and runs through August 15.

This year also marks the Plains Art Museum’s 40th anniversary, and they have several celebrations planned to mark it this summer and into the coming months. Kicking this off will be two shows opening this fall and running from October 3 to January 2: Picasso: Passion for Clay – Ceramics from the Rosenbaum Collection and Star Wallowing Bull: Transformer. They’re also excited to announce a reunion event for all past employees, board members and volunteers on September 10.

As for the future, aside from showcasing more great art, expanding its community offerings and celebrating their anniversary, Dunham says that they hope to collect and exhibit more ceramics, inspired by our region’s rich history in clay.

For more information, to become a member or book the museum, call 701.551.6100 or email museum@plainsart.org.

PAM atrium Milestones Photography

Visit the Museum
Plains Art Museum
704 First Avenue North
Fargo, ND 58102

Galleries: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Thursday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The Store: Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Thursday 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Blue Goose Café: Monday – Friday 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Members: Free

Adults: $7.50

Seniors and educators with ID: $5

Students with ID and youth: Free





Photo credit Milestones Photography


July Eggs & Issues Recap: Community Safety

August 3rd, 2015 by Amanda Hofland

Fargo Moorhead West Fargo business leaders and community members gathered in fascination at the facts presented at July’s Eggs & Issues event. Held at the Radisson on July 7, the three area police chiefs were present – David Ebinger from Moorhead, Michael Reitan from West Fargo and David Todd from Fargo – and highlighted exactly what is going on in each city.

july eggs and issues

Recent crime incidents, safety concerns, gang activity, police staffing and task forces were all addressed. Attendees learned first-hand what the major concerns for our region are, what law enforcement is doing about it and what we all can do to help. Each police chief spoke candidly and with transparency.

We learned who the major players are in known area gangs and even saw actual photos and social media messages members have posted. We heard statistics, which served as proof that each city is growing fast, and while there is a lot of good that comes with a higher population, there is also some bad that comes too.

“Where you have guns, you have drugs and you have cash,” Ebinger said of the drug trade in Moorhead. He highlighted what the police are doing, along with the drug task forces to control trafficking in the city. This includes how they were able to seize approximately $211,000 worth of street value methamphetamine in just two days.

Speaking to the rise of drug traffic and subsequent violence, as well as the use of weapons, he said, “It’s a major concern to us, particularly when you look at the fact that there is assault on citizens and assaults on officers that are taking place in our region at a level we’ve never seen.”

Each police chief also mentioned the need for more officers. For instance, Moorhead saw a 72.6% increase in calls for service over the past 10 years, but in the same time period, only had an 8% increase in sworn officers. “We do not have the resources to address the issues that are coming at us at an exponential rate,” Ebinger said.

“When we’re dealing with all these challenges, it’s important to rely on our partnerships because these challenges don’t just stay in Fargo, or West Fargo, or Moorhead; they go back and forth,” Todd said.

This led to discussion over the importance of each city working together as a region to address the issues we’re all seeing. As Reitan stated, “Crime prevention is a community effort.”

While some of the information was eye-opening and startling, they reminded us there is no cause for panic. “When you see these issues, don’t feel like it is getting out of hand,” Ebinger told the crowd. “We’re addressing them.”

The Chamber wants to give a sincere thanks to our sponsors at this event, Xcel Energy and Robert Gibb & Sons, for helping bring these important issues and making the information accessible to the community.


National YEA! Winner Visits Area

July 14th, 2015 by Amanda Hofland

kayla with kid at sanfordThe Chamber is thrilled and honored to have hosted the national winner of the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA) in our area recently. On July 8, Kayla Abramowitz and her mom Andrea had a full day’s worth of activities and events around the FMWF region.

Kayla is just 13 years old and lives in Palm Beach Garden, Florida. She created Kayla Cares 4 Kids two years ago as a non-profit to collect and donate entertainment and educational materials, such as DVDs and video games, to hospitals around the country. She started it as a way to help other kids have more fun and be less bored during their hospital stays, which is something she has first-hand experience with herself. Her organization grew quickly, and even though it started in her home state, before long she had more items to donate than places to give them to in Florida, so she expanded. Kayla Cares 4 Kids has now donated in 45 states, but has a plan to soon be in all 50.

During her visit here, Kayla first spoke at 1 Million Cups, which was held at The Stage at Island Park in Fargo. She gave a presentation about her company and then had a Q&A with host Greg Tehven and audience members. The event was high-energy, fun and inspirational. It was Chamber Day and Kid’s Day at 1 Million Cups, and free coffee and juice boxes were served. To say Kayla wowed the crowd would be an understatement. In fact, she even earned a standing ovation – only the second ever one at that event!

kayla chamber and sanford

Kayla spoke with the confidence, eagerness and the professionalism that many adults can only wish they had, and she engaged the crowd with her savvy business sense. Her words elicited much applause, including this quote about how she prepares for speaking in front of a big group of people: “A lot of people tell me to imagine people in their underwear and that does not work, so don’t do that. I just imagine everyone on my level, and that they’re all here to support me and not go against me. If I imagine everyone being here for me, then I am open to speaking about my organization because I love it and others will love it too.”

She then came back to The Chamber offices and got to spend time with our current local YEA students over lunch and share her experience with the program.

Kayla then met up with Chuck Armstrong, the chief legislative officer for Pawn America, who she previously met at the national YEA competition in Washington, D.C. Because of the relationship that formed from there, he now serves as ambassador for Kayla Cares 4 Kids in the four-state region here. He was instrumental in the second half of Kayla’s visit, as he collected and delivered all the items for the day’s donations.

Together, they delivered DVDs, video games and gaming systems to both Sanford Children’s Hospital (where Kayla even got to meet and spend some time with a current 4-year-old patient) and Ronald McDonald House in Fargo. During her donations, Kayla said that when she sees somebody light up because of a game or DVD, it makes her world go ‘round knowing that she helped make someone happy because of her organization.

kayla and chamber at skyzone

After the day’s promotional events, Kayla got some down time to see the FMWF area and have some fun at Scheel’s and Sky Zone.

Kayla made the news in several different outlets and definitely helped to spread a lot of cheer and inspiration throughout our region. She repeated to us several times how great of an experience she was having here, and we thank everyone who helped make her visit possible. We are so happy she came and we wish both her organization, and Kayla herself lots of success in her very bright future.

Here’s a video message from Kayla to our community:

About YEA!

The Chamber’s YEA program is the first in the state and one of few in the region. YEA partners with Chambers across the country to help young entrepreneurs start their business from the ground up. Students in the program get to develop the skills necessary to launch their own real business or social movement and hear from local entrepreneurs to develop their ideas.

Our program is still accepting applications and will begin in September. If you know a great student in grades 6-12 or are interested in learning more, please contact Elly Peterson at epeterson@fmwfchamber.com or 218.359.0512.

We also would love to hear from you if you are interested in becoming involved with YEA! as a guest speaker, field trip host or volunteer.


Parks, Games, Resorts and a Zoo, Oh My!

July 1st, 2015 by Amanda Hofland

Make the most of this summer by taking advantage of the many outdoor activities that are available to you in the metro and surrounding communities. There is something for everyone, whether you want to stay in town or take a short drive to the lakes area.

Thunder Road Go Carts

Cragun’s Resort and Conference Center
Cragun’s is the largest year-round Brainerd resort getaway destination. They have two 5-star golf courses, a full marina, hiking, biking and tennis and more of everything you are looking for while on vacation.

Detroit Mountain Recreation Area
A four-season recreational destination in Detroit Lakes. An extensive system of biking/hiking trails plan to be available soon!

Fair Hills Resort & Wildflower Golf Course
With room for over 200 people, a 4-1/2 star golf course right next door and a list of on-site activities, Fair Hills Resort is sure to provide your group a great time!

Fargo Moorhead RedHawks Baseball
The RedHawks have played their home games at Newman Outdoor Field since 1996, when the team started as a member of the Northern League.

Fargo Park District
The Fargo Park District provides quality recreational and leisure services.

Games Galore Party Rental
Games Galore’s primary markets include corporate picnics, team building, high school post prom and graduation parties, colleges, churches, town festivals and backyard birthday parties.

Games to Go
Games to Go offers a wide variety of inflatable games for toddlers all the way up to adults. They also offer a variety of other live entertainment.

Maplelag is a destination year-round resort and conference center, featuring overnight accommodations. They have mountain biking; they host the Mountain Bike Stage Race and the Labor Day Laddies Loppet and offer destination weddings.

Moorhead Parks & Recreation
Parks and Recreation manages a wide variety of programming, facilities and park land.

Red River Valley Fair Association
Home to the Red River Valley Fair, the facility also has a campground, numerous buildings and outdoor space available for rent.

Red River Zoo
The Red River Zoo is an award-winning zoo with over 600 animals and 89 species. It specializes in cold climate species from around the world. They also have meeting facilities to accommodate up to 160.

Thumper Pond
Situated on 250 acres nestled among 90,000 pine trees, this premier resort features an all-suite hotel, championship 18-hole golf course, conference center, restaurant, spa and indoor waterpark.

Thunder Road of Fargo, Inc.
Thunder Road features 38 Schaller go-karts, miniature golf, bumper cars and an arcade; available for corporate parties, family reunions and birthday parties and indoor laser tag.

Trollwood Performing Arts School
Trollwood inspires and engages individuals of all ages through the arts by providing the highest quality learning experiences, exceptional community entertainment and activities.

West Fargo Park District
Provides opportunities to enjoy leisure time in public programs, facilities and parks.


Minnesota Legislative Wrap-Up

July 1st, 2015 by Amanda Hofland

On May 28, we hosted all three of Minnesota’s District 4 legislators and special guest Beth Strinden Kadoun, director of Tax and Fiscal Policy for the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce to provide Chamber members with an update on how the Minnesota legislative session went. Senator Kent Eken, Representative Ben Lien and Representative Paul Marquart were there to share views on accomplishments of the session and their goals going into the special session. Strinden Kadoun celebrated the wins for the business community over the last session but also pointed out what more could be done to further improve Minnesota’s business climate.

minnesota legislative wrapup

Legislators discussed the two, very different, transportation funding proposals. The governor’s proposal included a gas tax increase while the House proposal relied on general fund dollars and an increased tax on rental vehicles. Sandpiper Pipeline was also a topic discussed at length. With millions of barrels of crude oil coming from the Bakken on a daily basis, railroad safety has been a top priority for the region, especially in the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo area.

Strinden Kadoun stated that Minnesota is the fourth highest state for personal income tax and third highest in corporate income and property tax. Bordering a state with some of the lowest personal and corporate tax rates, Kadoun urged the importance of improving the business climate by creating a friendlier environment to small businesses.

This Minnesota session was an interesting one to say the least. With the last minute passage of many important omnibus bills only to be stopped with a veto from Governor Dayton, the special session is sure to be compelling.


July 2015: Message to Members

July 1st, 2015 by Amanda Hofland

Craig WhitneyIn June, I had the opportunity to attend America’s Small Business Summit hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C. We spent the conference hearing from thought leaders, government officials and young entrepreneurs from across the country. One of the major highlights of the summit was the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA) Saunders Scholars Finals competition. Six young finalists from across the country gathered to pitch their new company to a panel of investors and judges.

These impressive young business owners created companies from the ground floor. Through their local YEA program, they were able to connect with mentors and supporters who gave them the tools to launch successful businesses. Kayla Abramowitz, a 13-year-old from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, created Kayla Cares 4 Kids, a nonprofit that collects and donates entertainment and educational items to children’s hospitals across the country. Lane Karlitz, a 13-year-old from Palos Verdes, California, created Study Senses LLC, a mobile app created to make studying fun by creating custom educational soundtracks. Jordan Zietz, a 13-year-old from Boca Raton, Florida, created GameReef, an online company that allows customers to rent video game consoles and games. Hope Kessler, a 16-year-old from Midland, Michigan, created Quickly Covered, a company that produces customized book covers that can be used as a fundraising tool for schools and organizations. Vikash Mody, a teen from Palos Verdes, California, created HireHigh, a digital platform to connect talented high schools students with potential job opportunities. Shreyas Parab, a teen from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, created NovelTie, a novelty tie company that allows you to create your own tie or select one of their witty creations.

These outstanding presentations got us even more excited for YEA Fargo to kick off this September. We cannot wait to see what types of companies and organizations our students are able to create. If you know a student who would be great for this program, please let us know! We are still accepting applications for the inaugural class, which can be found at www.fmwfchamber.com/YEA. Please contact Elly at 218.359.0512 or epeterson@fmwfchamber.com with any questions regarding the program.

Craig Whitney
The Chamber


Regional Workforce Study Results Revealed

June 30th, 2015 by Amanda Hofland

The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo area has seen substantial growth recently. With a host of new businesses and more housing, continued low unemployment and a high standard of living, there is no doubt that our region is growing strong, and our economy is thriving.

Yet, we continue to hear from local businesses a common concern: They’re not finding enough qualified candidates to fill all of the job openings.

This was the catalyst for a recent comprehensive Regional Workforce Study that five area organizations teamed up to commission. The Chamber, along with the Economic Development Corporation, Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, the FM Area Foundation and the United Way of Cass-Clay, hired consultants TIP Strategies, to study and strategize how we can collectively tackle this issue. On June 18, we held an event to highlight some of the findings and suggestions.

workforce study eventCraig Whitney addresses the Cultivate strategy at the Workforce Study presentation. Photo courtesy United Way of Cass-Clay

Among the study findings was a projection that over the next five years, the region is expected to see at least 30,000 new job openings. It was also revealed that there is a mismatch between the current job openings and the degrees being awarded at area colleges and universities.

The study suggests four main pillars to serve as a framework for action: Cultivate, attract, build and innovate. Going forward, each of the five organizations will work with committees on each of these pillars to discuss, further strategize and attempt to resolve this gap.

We have posted the full report to our website that goes in even greater depth to the research that was conducted.



Par for the Course

June 1st, 2015 by Julie Doggett

Golf Picture representing Golf Courses in the FMWF metro area
These Chamber member golf courses will have you swinging in no time.

Living in a climate with extreme seasons, we know to appreciate warm weather when it’s available. One great way to enjoy the higher temperatures is to hit the golf course. Check out the list of member golf courses below and book your tee time!

Edgewood Golf Course
Established in mid-1920’s, Edgewood is the only tree-lined public golf course in Fargo-Moorhead metro area. Edgewood is annually on the Golf Digest “Best places to play” list. They are an 18-hole, par 71 Championship course beautifully located along the Red River.

Fargo Country Club
The Fargo Country Club is widely considered to be one of the top golf courses and country clubs in this part of the country. In addition to their 18-hole championship golf course, other amenities include tennis courts, swimming pool, practice greens, driving range and a par 3 executive course.

Leonard Country Club
Leonard Country Club is a full regulation nine-hole golf course located just 30 minutes southwest of Fargo in Leonard, ND. They have a full restaurant, bar, pro shop, driving range and practice green.

Maple River Golf Club
Offers an 18-hole golf course, driving range, pro shop, cart and club rental, lessons, group events and full dining and bar service; the only facility in the Fargo Moorhead area to offer on-site cart storage for personally owned, gas or electric golf carts.

The Meadows Golf Course
The Meadows is fashioned after the traditional Scottish links courses of the yesteryear. Complete with mounding, tall prairie grasses, wildflowers, bunkers, a hidden creek, and prevailing winds, the golfer playing The Meadows is transported to a far off Scottish links course with challenges over every shot.

Moorhead Country Club
It offers challenging fairways, true and fast greens, and strategically placed water hazards—all of which is appreciated by both serious and casual golfers.

Osgood Golf Course
Osgood is the premiere nine-hole golf course and learning center in the area. Its rolling hills make it a challenge to even the best players yet with five different tee-box options, all players can enjoy the course. Don’t have time for nine holes? Play our three-hole loop for $5. Join one of our leagues or take a lesson.

Oxbow Golf & Country Club
Oxbow Country Club is committed to providing exceptional service in a rustic country atmosphere. Oxbow is the perfect place to host business meetings, company golf outings, seminars, holiday parties and much more. Their location is just minutes south of Fargo.

Prairiewood Golf Course
Prairiewood Golf Course is a great way to play a quick nine holes of golf. The course is designed for golfers with any level of ability, but is especially good for beginner golfers and senior golfers. Tee times are preferred. Some walk-on times are available.

Rose Creek Golf Course
Rose Creek, a Richard Phelps design, features four sets of tees, generous landing areas and large bent grass greens. It’s a wonderful experience for all levels of players and recently, Golf Digest recognized Rose Creek as a “Best Places to Play” golf course.

Village Green Golf Course
Village Green opened its original nine holes in 1981 and has developed into one of the region’s most popular public golf courses. An additional nine holes were added in 1994 and are possibly the most enjoyable nine holes in the region.


Innovating the Movie Experience: Marcus Theatres

June 1st, 2015 by Julie Doggett

Marcus Theatres
The movie industry is changing. According to a March 2014 Wall Street Journal article, overall theatre attendance was down, even while revenues were up. The article attributed the decrease to a couple of factors: increased price of tickets and greater access to better at-home movie experiences.

The article talked about a new idea in cinema to offer discounted tickets on one weekday. That’s exactly what Marcus Theatres has done with their $5 Tuesday offer.

Marcus, the fifth largest theatre circuit in the U.S. with 685 screens across 55 locations, has three theatres with 31 screens in Fargo and Moorhead. The offer has been successful for local theatres, according to Rick Solarski, Marcus West Acres 14 general manager.

“We’ve had really good turnouts on Tuesdays with minimal impacts to weekend sales,” Solarski said. He explained that Mondays and Wednesdays have seen decreased attendance, but he believes the majority of people who take advantage of the deal are people who wouldn’t normally go to movies or are even seeing the movie for a second or third time. They also have specific discounted tickets for students, teachers and seniors.

Discounting isn’t the only way Marcus is looking to draw more moviegoers. They are working to create a theatre experience that is as comfortable as your home while adding top of the line audio and visual elements.

The most notable change at local theatres is the seats. “Most people are going to notice the Dream Loungers first,” Solarski said. The new leather recliners offer moviegoers the ability to sit back and relax while offering additional legroom and the ability to reserve your seat in advance. All the auditoriums at Marcus Century Cinema and the UltraScreen at Marcus West Acres feature the new recliners.

One of Solarski’s favorite updates is the new Dolby Atmos sound system in the two UltraScreens. The system, which can support up to 64 speakers, envelopes viewers in the environment filmmakers wish to create. The staff used the example of “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” when it sounds like the rain is falling all around you, right from the comfort of your seat.

Some of the changes affect the experience before viewers even step foot into an auditorium. When adding the new seating, Marcus also renovated the entire ticketing and snack areas. You can also purchase your tickets before you even get to the theatre using the new Marcus Theatres app. Surcharges for purchasing are also a thing of the past as long as you are member of the new Magical Movie Rewards program. You’ll also earn points as you buy tickets and treats at the theatre.

After all these updates and changes, Marcus is still doing what they have been for the last 80 years: making movies into an experience for viewers.

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