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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 9:35 am 
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MURRELLS INLET, SC (WMBF) – The Inlet Square Mall has finished most of its massive renovation project, but the mall has saved the biggest part for last.

Currently, work is underway to finish a sprawling entertainment complex near the food court which would include an eleven-screen movie theater, bowling alley, and restaurant. The project is unique in that there is currently nothing quite like it in the Grand Strand, and public reaction to the project has been positive.

"The reaction with a lot of the people around here is they're really looking forward to this," said Pete Johnson, with Mashburn Construction, the company contracted to build the theater, "There's nothing like this in the area."

Locals in Murrells Inlet are especially excited about the project, since there hasn't been a movie theater in the area since Regal Cinemas, which was located in the same spot, closed down. The nearest theater is in the Market Common in Myrtle Beach and the nearest bowling alley is almost as far, being located in Surfside.

Locals, like Julie Bannock, are looking forward to their local mall finding its footing again. Many storefronts are still vacant, but the hope is this entertainment complex will be open the floodgates for new customers and businesses.

"It's a great thing to bring people to the mall," Bannock said, "And I think one thing leads to another."

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http://www.wmbfnews.com/story/13888253/ ... quare-mall

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PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2011 7:44 am 
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Crews are putting the final features on the Frank Theatre and accompanying bowling alley and arcade, dubbed Revolution Family Entertainment Center. The 23,593-square-foot complex will open in June, though a specific date hasn't yet been set, said Kali Karellas, sales and promotional director for Frank Theatres.

The entertainment complex will have 11 screens, each with stadium seating; 16 bowling lanes; arcade games; a Starlight Cafe that serves beer and wine and areas for private parties.

Movie-goers will buy their tickets from kiosks instead of a person on the other side of a ticket window, though workers will be on hand in case ticket buyers get stuck at the machines. The kiosks will be lined up inside the mall by the theater and at the theater's entrance from the parking lot.

For more information, see the story in The Sun News:
http://www.thesunnews.com/2011/05/01/21 ... iness.html
By Dawn Bryant - dbryant@thesunnews.com

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