Boraie Development: Giving Back to the Community by Sponsoring Free Movies

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In a report by Patch, the State Theatre in New Jersey screened six movies last summer of 2016, and it was shown for free. The event, named “Free Summer Movie Series”, was sponsored by Boraie Development, a real estate company based in New Jersey, and The Provident Bank Foundation. The movies that were shown are all block buster family films – Frozen was screened on July 12, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial was shown on July 19, Despicable Me 2 was shown on July 26, Babe was shown on August 2, Monsters University was shown on August 9, and Aladdin was shown on August 16.

There were two screening schedules per day, with one in the morning at 10:30 AM and another one in the evening at 7:00 PM, and tickets were given to the community for free. This event has given the children of the community a chance to watch their favorite movies with their families, and participants from summer camps and other groups and organizations were also welcomed. It has been a great day for the people living near the New Jersey State Theatre as they get the chance to watch inside the historic 1921 structure that has been recognized as New Jersey’s best venue for live entertainment shows and performances.

Boraie Development expressed their gratitude as people supported their event, and stated that they are looking forward in sponsoring another similar event. The Provident Bank Foundation, on the other hand, stated that they felt thrilled in helping the event come to life, and were very happy seeing families from all walks of life taking a visit to the theatre just to watch these films and enjoy quality time with each other. Boraie Development and The Provident Bank Foundation also advised the people to watch out for other events that they stated are already on the planning stage. More details can be found on Crunchbase.

According to Central Jersey Working Moms, Boraie Development is a real estate company aimed at providing a variety of services focused on the urban real estate market, including real estate development and property management, as well as its sales and marketing aspect. The company is determined to build spectacular properties, and at the same time providing the best customer experience to their clients. Boraie Development is working with the best financial institutions, and hires architects who could visualize the best design and contractors who are diligent in working under the pressure of deadlines, all resulting to a successful property development project that is completed on time.

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