Carolina Cinemas' Charlotte Crownpoint (9630 Monroe Rd), has partnered with several non-profits to give back to the community during the Twilight Breaking Dawn: Part 2 premiere week.
On Saturday November 16th, The Community Blood Center of the Carolinas will have a mobile donation vehicle in the theater parking lot from 6-9pm. Anyone who donates blood will be given a free movie ticket.
The Humane Society will also be on site this Saturday. A free movie ticket will be awarded to anyone who brings in a pet toy or pet food donation (limit of one ticket per person). This pet drive will continue through Friday November 23rd.
“We are excited to partner with several local non-profits for the final film of the Twilight Saga Series. Based on the series’ past success, we are expecting a large turnout this weekend. Hopefully fans will be excited not only to see the movie, but also to support the community,” said Melanie Kurdyla, General Manager at Carolina Cinemas' Charlotte Crownpoint.
In addition to the events on Saturday the theater will also host a Twilight Marathon this Thursday. Starting at 11:30am they will play all of the Twilight Saga films on the big screen back-to-back, concluding with “Breaking Dawn Part 2”. There will be giveaways, and the marathon ticket includes a special lanyard to hold your stub in.
For the official premiere night on Thursday the theater will have two showings, one at 10p.m. and one at midnight. There will also be a t-shirt contest that fans can participate in. A special Twilight prize pack will be given out to the most creative “Team Jacob” or “Team Edward” t-shirt. There will be one winner chosen at 9:30pmand one winner chosen at 11:30pm.
Carolina Cinemas' Charlotte Crownpoint is located at 9630 Monroe Rd. For more information please visit www.carolinacinemas.com/charlotte. For updated event details please visit the Charlotte Crownpoint Theatre Facebook page, facebook.com/moviesatcrownpoint
The Community Blood Center of the Carolinas is an independent, locally-managed, non-profit community blood center. They are the primary blood supplier to the region's patients and hospitals. Their mission is to be the steward of a community resource; life saving blood. CBCC collects blood from the community to return it to the community at the lowest possible cost, consistent with the highest standards of quality. For more information visit http://www.cbcc.us.
The Humane Society of Charlotte is a community resource committed to improving the lives of companion animals through adoption, spay/neuter and education. The Humane Society of Charlotte provides low-cost spay and neuter surgeries for cats and dogs to reduce pet overpopulation throughout the Carolinas. The no- kill of adoptable animal’s organization provides pets with the love and attention they need to live happy and healthy lives while awaiting a new home. The Humane Society of Charlotte is a nonprofit organization that relies solely on private donations to achieve its mission. For more information visit www.humanesocietyofcharlotte.org .