Help the Olympic Theatre Switch to Digital

The Olympic Theatre is facing an uncertain future with the Movie Industry to cease production of film in 2013. Our goal is to raise funds for digital projector.
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William F
Small Business
Arlington, Washington
United States
1 Team Member

Going to Digital

"Save the Olympic Theatre" is a group of community members interested in the future of the Olympic Theatre located in downtown Arlington, WA.

The Olympic Theatre, a 73-year-old movie theater which first opened in 1939, is facing an uncertain future with the Movie Film Industry to cease production of 35mm film in 2013. The owner, Norma Pappas, is unsure the future of the theater and how much longer she can run "in the red" or afford a whole new digital projector system

Goal

Our goal is to raise at least $30,000 to help get the smaller end digital projector to allow her to continue showing movies before film is no longer available.

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$3,662USD
raised in 1 month
12% funded
No time left
$30,000 USD goal
Flexible Funding This campaign has ended and will receive all funds raised.
Campaign Closed
This campaign ended on February 28, 2013
Select a Perk
  • $25USD
    Thanks on the Website

    Get your name posted as a 'Thanks' on our web site and social network sites

    6 claimed
  • $50USD
    Photo of the Olympic Theatre

    Perk from above + PLUS - Autographed 8x10 Photo of the Olympic Theatre saying 'Thanks' (pick up at theater)

    6 claimed
    Estimated delivery: March 2013
  • $100USD
    Sports Bottle and Popcorn Tub

    Perk from above + PLUS - Sports Bottle and Popcorn Tub (pick up at theater)

    2 out of 100 claimed
  • $250USD
    T-Shirt and Admission Tickets

    Perk from above + PLUS - Olympic Theatre T-Shirt (pick your size and mailed at end of campaign) - 2 Admission Tickets (both pick up at theater)

    2 out of 75 claimed
    Estimated delivery: March 2013
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