Chandler couple rebrand their movie houses SanTan Sun News

Chandler couple rebrand their movie houses

September 13th, 2021 SanTan Sun News
Chandler couple rebrand their movie houses
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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF

The movie house in Chandler that once went by the name of “Alamo” has rebranded under the parent company called Majestic Theaters Arizona.

Chandler residents and owners Kim and Craig Paschich rebranded all three of their theaters, including those in Gilbert and Tempe.

  “Majestic will offer in-theater service at your seat, where guests can experience full-service dining during their movie,” they said in a release, adding that all three locations will have “No Talking, No Texting” policies and age guidelines “with the intent of promoting good movie manners.”

 Majestic Chandler will continue presenting first-run films, art house favorites, interactive movie parties, and live events with celebrity appearances.

New features include a refreshed food and beverage menu, including grill favorites; “the lowest online movie ticketing fees in Arizona”; and more flexible attendance policies for kids.

A loyalty program and upgraded technology will be introduced over the coming months, they said.

“We’re offering the best from before, and so much more,” said Craig Paschich, CEO. “Our Majestic family is readying to open the doors to a new beginning and make great memories with our guests.”

Majestic 9 is located at 4955 S. Arizona Ave., north of Chandler Heights in Chandler. Majestic 8 in Gilbert is at 5478 S. Power Road, south of Ray Road. Majestic 7 in Tempe sits at 1140 E. Baseline Road, east of Rural Road.

 The Paschiches have owned the movie houses since 2016.

They also rent the theaters for private events,  corporate meetings, celebrations, fundraisers and similar activities.

Information: MajesticPHX.com.

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