B&B WENTZVILLE TOWER 12 – new theater

 

B&B Theatres announces Grand Opening of new Wentzville Tower 12 with two Grand Screens in Wentzville, Missouri!

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B&B Theatres is thrilled to announce the November 5th grand opening of the Wentzville Tower 12, located at 100 Wentzville Bluffs Drive.  The 48,000 square foot, 12-screen facility boasts a massive 60-foot spire and overlooks the surrounding area from atop a bluff off of I-70.  The Wentzville location will be the theater company’s 50th location and third in the Greater St. Louis area.

The beautifully finished exterior opens to a cavernous lobby and box office where guests are greeted with an elegant and modern design sprinkled with a dash of classic Hollywood style.  But the Wentzville Tower 12 will offer all the latest in technology, entertainment, and design, with Christie Vive Dolby 7.1 surround sound, 28-inch stadium seating, digital-projection, and leather-style electric recliner seating in every auditorium. The theatre will also feature four 3D auditoriums, allowing customers to enjoy traditional and 3D content in comfort and style!B&B Wentzville luxury seats

Tickets in hand, guests will proceed to the expansive concession stand which will feature extended menu options including burgers, chicken tenders, french fries, onion rings, mozzarella sticks, and ravioli bites as well as traditional concession fare. To add flair and function, the building will also feature over 30 LED televisions including interactive video walls and showtime displays. The butter and soda bar will include self-serve soda, seasonings, condiments and butter where patrons can customize their movie-eating experience at no additional cost (so don’t be shy!)

Proceeding down the wide hallways on their way to the auditoriums, guests will see movie themed art, posters, and custom Hollywood design work tastefully displayed.  The largest two auditoriums will feature monstrous B&B GRAND SCREENS that will house two massive wall-to-wall curved screens, large leather-style VIP electric recliners, 28-inch stadium seating, RealD 3D and High Frame Rate (on select films), 10000 watts of sound, and digital projection. These screens will be home to two of the biggest screens in the nation, each over six stories wide and three stories tall and serving over 200 reclining seats. No matter what’s on the screen, no other venue in the St. Louis area will compare to the comfort, scope, and experience of the B&B Grand Screen!

Guests to the Wentzville 12 will be pleased to participate in the Backstage Pass, a loyalty program designed to enhance the customer experience and offer rewards for frequent visits (you can sign up for free at bbtheatres.com!).  The Backstage Pass will help customers score great deals on concessions and tickets, including admissions to the Retro Night series, where classic films of yesteryear are thrown back on the big screen where they belong!

As if all that weren’t enough, the theater will feature a Marquee Bar and Grille off the main lobby that will include a full bar, lounge seating, an expanded menu, and an outdoor patio. All food and cocktails can be taken to all twelve luxury seating auditoriums. Guests can enjoy the Marquee Bar and Grill before, during, or after their movie experience and are encouraged to EAT, DRINK, and ESCAPE to the magic of the movies!

This awesome Theater opens Tonight Tursday 11/5/15, to honor the occasion, B&B is offering customers to PAY WHAT YOU WANT FOR POPCORN all weekend long! Everyone with a paid movie ticket beginning Thursday evening through Sunday evening will receive a free small popcorn or have the option of making a donation that supports the Wentzville School District Foundation! I’ve attached a flyer that you can use to post on your social pages/websites/eblasts etc.PayWhatYouWantPopcorn

Company History

B&B Theatres has been family owned and operated since 1924 when Elmer Bills Sr. opened a movie house in Salisbury, Missouri where the future Mrs. Bills played the piano for silent movies.  During the company’s 91 years, and four generations of family involvement, it has seen the coming of sound, color, Technicolor, stadium seating, multiplexes, and now digital cinema.

Current Operations

B&B Theatres is the 9th largest theatre chain in North America and operates 406 screens at 50 locations in Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas.

 

 

 

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