FRIENDS ! If you get the opportunity shake the hands of your
neighbor and make a friend.
and Carefully keeping a extra watchful eye out for children.
away from the cave in front of the screen! It could be dangerous!
kids not to run between cars or in the aisles. Tell them if they get
lost to go to the concession stand and ask only a clerk for assistance.
We will then page the parent / guardian. We're happy to help.
If you have
day-time running lights in use on your car or truck, please do not start
your vehicle during a feature. We understand you might need to get warm
or turn on your defrosters. In "most" cases all you have to do is - turn
off your vehicle, then set your parking brake, and then start your
vehicle as normal. This should defeat your headlights from coming on
your lights before entering the lot.
your foot off the brake pedal when parked. Those brake lights can be
Do what you
can to control your interior lighting during the features. A small flash
light can come in real handy for those quick interior expeditions.
snacks from the refreshment stand. Theaters make little money on the
admission cost because a large percentage has to be returned to the film
distributors. The drive-in's main source of income is its concession
sales. Keep your drive-in in business; visit the snack bar often!
should be tuned to the drive-in radio station prior to the start of the
first feature until the end of the last feature. This way everyone hears
the announcements and enjoys the movies without distractions.
litter. Someone could trip or slip on what was dropped.