The Cinemark Valley Ranch and XD Theatre Boasts Luxury Lounger Recliners, an XD Auditorium and an Expanded Dining Menu
PLANO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cinemark Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CNK), a leader in the motion picture exhibition industry, announced today the grand opening of its new 10-screen theatre in New Caney, Texas. Located at 21750 Valley Ranch Parkway, the new Cinemark Valley Ranch and XD will feature Luxury Lounger electric recliners in all auditoriums, an XD: Extreme Digital Cinema auditorium and a Cinema Café with an expanded menu including beer, wine, and frozen drinks. Moviegoers can reserve their seats and get tickets at https://www.cinemark.com/texas/cinemark-valley-ranch-and-xd.
“This theatre is Cinemark’s 14th location in the greater Houston area and an exciting addition to the Valley Ranch Town Center,” stated Mark Zoradi, Cinemark’s CEO. "We invite the community to come enjoy this upscale new theatre and take advantage of all of the great things it has to offer including our new Movie Club membership program.”Cinemark Theatres, Valley Ranch Town Center
Cinemark Movie Club is a unique monthly movie membership program offering exclusive benefits including one 2D ticket per month, concession discounts, waived online ticketing fees, and more for just $8.99 per month. Movie-lovers can instantly join and begin taking advantage of their benefits by downloading the Cinemark app or by visiting cinemark.com/movieclub.
In the upcoming weeks at the Cinemark Valley Ranch and XD theatre, Movie Club members and film fans alike can see a variety of Hollywood’s blockbusters including Maze Runner: The Death Cure, Fifty Shades Freed, Peter Rabbit and Black Panther.
At the new 10-screen cinema complex, Guests will experience cutting-edge technology and customer-preferred amenities including:
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