Phoenix Now Running Two of Pittsburgh’s Largest Cinemas

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Mon, 08/13/2012 - 20:00 -- Nick Dager

Phoenix Big Cinemas Management is now running two of Pittsburgh's largest cinemas Chartiers Valley 20 in Bridgeville and North Versailles 22. After closing for two days this month the theatres re-opened with all new digital cinema technology. Other changes to the sites include the introduction of RealD 3D online and advance ticketing through and an expanded concession menu. Guests can also join the free Motion Picture Points loyalty club to earn points for free popcorn soft drinks and movie tickets at both locations. Phoenix Big Cinemas brings a track record of high quality entertainment to the Pittsburgh cinemas said Marc Kossman part of the ownership group of the two theatres. The theatre upgrades and renovations will improve the overall cinema experience by offering a state-of-the-art Hollywood destination to our guests. Additional changes and enhancements for the all stadium theatres are planned during the next several months including a conversion to All Digital Projection upgrades to digital surround sound more screens offering RealD 3D and new signage. With the upgrades to All Digital Projection Chartiers Valley will change from 20 to 18 stadium auditoriums with approximately 4000 seats and North Versailles will adjust from 22 screens to 18 with over 3000 seats. The new management will oversee the changes and implementation of the digital systems. Knoxville-based Phoenix Big Cinemas Management will manage the cinemas for the Pittsburgh based ownership group. We are proud to include these cinemas within our circuit and be a part of their conversion to all digital projection. As we transition the theatres under our management we hope to bring a new refreshed energy and provide the best possible entertainment experience possible said Phil Zacheretti president of Phoenix Big Cinemas Management.