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Nu Metro Montecasino's major makeover

Issued by: Popcorn Advertising | 14 Nov 2012 10:33
Popcorn Cinema Advertising's flagship cinema, Nu Metro Montecasino, has undergone renovations over recent months and the results are spectacular.
The cinema now boasts sleek and modern décor that is illuminated with multi-coloured lighting creating a contemporary ambience throughout the cinema. In particular, the Il Grande lounge has been completely re-energised, the chrome finishes give the lounge a futuristic yet stylish feel with ultra-sophisticated furniture adding a splash of colour to this aesthetically pleasing area.

The cinemas themselves have been revamped and cinemagoers can now expect plush new cinema seating in all 15 theatres that will ensure ultimate comfort, enhancing the experience. "Overall, the newly revitalised cinema is the epitome of trendy sophistication, being the perfect venue to watch a movie, advertise on screen and in the foyer, or to host an end of year function by booking an exclusive preview," says Karen Bailey, General Manager of Popcorn Cinema Advertising.

To book an event at Nu Metro Montecasino contact Cheryl Allister at Popcorn Advertising on (011) 329 0601.

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Popcorn Advertising
Popcorn handles advertising sales for Nu Metro Theatres and some of SA's larger Independent exhibitors, delivering six of the Top-10 complexes to advertisers. Popcorn represents 255 screens, including over 70 digital screens.
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