Garner Towne Square 10 closes

posted by CSWalczak on October 12, 2010 at 7:40 am

GARNER, NC — Citing poor attendance, competition from other theaters, and a dispute with the landlord over rent, Carolina Cinemas closed the Garner Towne Square 10 on October 1. The theater had been open for about a decade and was previously managed by Regal.

The story is in the News Observer.

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raysson on October 12, 2010 at 2:33 pm

The Garner Towne Square 10 was one of several multiplexes that United Artists owned and operated during the 1990’s. United Artists here in the triangle(in the greater Raleigh area)operated two other theatres at the time…..Mission Valley and Imperial.

The theatre also operated as a discount moviehouse as well for a short while charging $2.00 for all shows as the second discount theatre to operate in Raleigh(in competition with Blue Ridge Cinemas).

Regal took over the operations of the Garner Towne Square 10,and despite tough competition from the White Oak megaplex 10 miles down the road(when Regal managed it and Carolina Cinemas took over the operations),the cinema ceased operations as of October 1,2010.

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