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United Way, Hollywood Cinemas teaming up in fundraiser

By Ken Stanford Reporter
GAINESVILLE - United Way of Hall County and Hollywood Stadium Cinemas are teaming up in a fundraiser for United Way.

Advance tickets are on sale (for $12 each) which will serve as admission to the movie of your choice on Sept. 23 at Hollywood Stadium Cinemas in Gainesville. The price of the ticket also includes a special concession combo that includes a box of popcorn and a small soft drink as well as a packet of coupons from participating restaurants.

Tickets are on sale now through Sept. 13 at United Way of Hall County and will be on sale at the theatre Sept. 14-22.

This is part of Georgia Theatre Company's 9th Annual Film & Food for a Cause. All proceeds, 100 percent of ticket and concession sales at Hollywood Stadium Cinemas on Sunday Sept. 23 only, will benefit United Way of Hall County.

To order your tickets or for more information, call United Way of Hall County at 678-989-5336


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