New Jersey Stage published an article about the free summer movies series that is presented each year at the New Brunswick State Theatre as well as the sponsors of the program. The program presents family favorite movies which can be attended by children and their parents free of charge throughout the summer. The kid-friendly movies slated for the summer of 2017 includes E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, Frozen, Monsters University, Aladdin, Babe, and Despicable Me 2.
The free movies are sponsored by two companies, Boraie Development and The Provident Bank Foundation. Boraie Development has sponsored this program for a number of years as a way of giving back to the community and finding a way for children to have a great time. The movies are attended by children with their parents as well as summer camps and similar groups of children.
Hiam Boraei is one of the vice presidents at Boraie Development. He said that he and the other members of the company were proud of being a sponsor of the free summer movie program. The spokesperson for the other sponsor, executive director Jane Kurek, said that it was gratifying to be part of making it possible for children coming from all types of backgrounds being able to enjoy a free movie together. For more details visit Rutgers.
The State Theatre is a historic structure that was built in 1921. It was renovated a few years ago and now includes a 46′ Stewart film screen and an HD digital cinema projection system which incorporates the latest technology. There is room in the theater for 1,580 people to view each film screening.
Boraie Development was one of the key companies involved in the revitalization of downtown New Brunswick, New Jersey. In the early 1970’s the downtown area had become dangerous as it was essentially deserted at five every weekday evening. It had also become very rundown with many old and dilapidated structures. One person that saw promise in the city was Sam Boraie, a businessman who had just arrived from Egypt. He started Boraie Development and then bought a bunch of properties next to each other which were run down and in need of being leveled. He put in a new building that featured retail and office space below and residential homes above.
Boraie Development also built The Aspire which is a 17-story high-rise located in downtown New Brunswick. This has luxury homes and is close to a train station that takes people to New York City.
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