New Jersey Stage recently published an article about their Free Summer Movies Series. This series, which is sponsored by Boraie Development as well as The Provident Bank Foundation, puts on movies throughout the summer for families free of charge. This year they will be showing popular animated movies such as Frozen, Despicable Me, Babe, Monsters University, Aladdin, and E.T. the Extra Terrestrial. There are two showings each day, one in the morning and another in the evening.
Attending these films will be parents with children as well as summer camps and other children’s groups. The movies are shown in the State Theatre which was built in 1921 and shows movies as well as live performances. The movie viewings are held in order to help children from lower income families have fun watching a movie with their parents and others in the community.
When discussing their sponsorship of these free viewings, Hiam Boraie of Boraie Development said that they are proud to once again be a sponsor this year. He and the other executives at the company find it to be an honor to give families and children the opportunity to see movies for free throughout the summer. Visit Rutgers for more.
Jane Kurek of The Provident Bank Foundation also released a statement. She says that her company is gratified to help families of all different types of background see a movie at the State Theatre free of charge.
The State Theatre seats 1,850 people. It has been restored and includes a balcony which is a popular place to be seated. The theatre has a 46′ screen and the digital cinema projection system is the latest version to be released.
Omar Boraie established Boraie Development, LLC in the early 1970’s in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He is originally from Egypt and when he landed in New Brunswick he saw the potential of the city that many others didn’t see. At the time the city was vacated as soon as business closed for the day and the city was slowly dying. He bought up some adjacent run down properties and leveled them in order to build much needed new housing, office spaces, and retail space. This building is called Albany Street Plaza Tower One and recently it was joined by another tower.
Boraie Development has built a number of buildings in New Brunswick. They have also expanded to Newark and Atlantic City which new building projects. Visit boraie.com
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