Development companies are not always the first to sponsor the arts, but Boraie Development is proud to be in the mix, sponsoring Free Summer Movie Series for State Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The movie series is family-friendly including the titles Frozen, the Extra Terrestrial, Despicable Me 2, Babe, Monsters University, and Aladdin, all on their own respective dates. The movie times allow for an early showing during the day, as well as an evening time for all the family to enjoy together. The best part about the series is that the tickets are free for all who attend.
The movies series is presented as a way to give back to the community, giving everyone the opportunity to view these movies in the setting of the State Theatre, one of the most opulent theaters in the state of New Jersey. Families, youth camps, and all children that attend summer camp will have the opportunity to attend if they wish. This historic movie palace from 1921 has remained a constant reminder of the sense of community and the appreciation of the arts in New Brunswick. Today, this theater is the home of numerous live performances, and now the chance for the entire community to benefit from this theater has come. Check out Central Jersey Working Moms to know more.
According to WSJ, The Vice President of Boraie Development, Hiam Boraie, recently made a statement regarding their place in sponsorship for the series. His statement was significant in that it identifies with the community and the need for more involvement in the arts. Additionally, ensuring that this series is free is also important for the community as a whole. The goal to make more of the arts available to all families of all backgrounds is a vital part of building a better community and ultimately a better world.
Boraie Development LLC is widely recognized for their offerings of numerous services in the field of development, including the urban real estate market. Real Estate Development, along with Property Management and Sales and Marketing, are all the main areas in which the company focuses their efforts in the city of New Brunswick as they partner with numerous financial institutions for their projects. You can visit Yahoo to know more.