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Digital Cinema Destinations Corp. and together with its subsidiaries was incorporated in the State of Delaware in 2010. The company is a comprise of fast-growing motion picture exhibitor dedicated to transforming movie theatres into digital entertainment centers. The company owns and operates 73 screens in eight theatres, up from its initial 19 screens in three theatres. The company three theatres had, on a pro forma basis, approximately 305,000 attendees. For the same twelve-month period, and pro forma for the Transactions, its three theatres and the five Cinema Centers theatres had an aggregate of approximately 1.7 million attendees. It operates theatres located in Westfield, New Jersey (the 'Rialto'), Cranford, New Jersey (the 'Cranford') and Bloomfield, Connecticut (the 'Bloomfield 8'), consisting of three theatres and 19 screens. The company acquired the Rialto and Cranford on December 31, 2010 and the Bloomfield 8 on February 17, 2011. All of its theatres are multi-screen theatres and typically contain auditoriums ranging from 90 to 300plus seats. It believes that its theatres will appeal to a diverse group of patrons because, to the extent the number of screens allow, it offers a wide selection of films and convenient show times, targeted to the demographics of the surrounding population. In addition, its theatres feature state-of-the-art amenities such as immersive wall-to-wall and silver 3D screens, digital stereo surround-sound, computerized ticketing systems, comfortable seating with cup holders and infrared security cameras throughout the theatre along with enhanced interiors and exteriors. The company generates revenues primarily from admissions and concession sales with additional revenues from screen advertising sales and other revenue streams, such as theatre rentals, private parties and vendor marketing promotions. It also recognizes revenue from in-theatre advertising that exhibit at its theatres. The company has several competitors in its markets, which vary substantially in size from small independent exhibitors to large national chains, such as Regal Entertainment Group, AMC Entertainment Inc., Clearview and Cinemark USA, Inc. It also compete with other motion picture distribution channels, including home video and DVD, cable television, broadcast television and satellite, pay-per-view services and downloads and streaming video via the Internet.
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