Texas-based Ultimate Outdoor Entertainment says it is “helping cooped up communities and families” find ways to entertain themselves outside while maintaining safe social distances during the coronavirus outbreak. The company is providing drive-in movies that come directly to customers’ locations across the country.
“We were looking forward to releasing a full summer program of drive-in movies this year, but now UOE is more focused on the current issues at hand – helping communities find safe entertainment alternatives while helping our employees get work. We aim to continue supporting our office staff and dozens of audio-visual technicians across the country by providing a useful community activity during this crisis,” said Laura Landers, who is the owner of UOE and its drive-In division, Full Moon Drive-In.
“UOE and Full Moon Drive-In offer the unique service of mobile drive-ins that can be setup anywhere. Neighborhoods, parking lots, community parks, sporting venues, colleges – anywhere that a customer wants to setup a drive-in movie night – we can make it happen. We also offer something that no stationary drive-in can offer, and that’s a daytime drive-in with our super-bright mobile LED screen,” Laura said. “Having the ability to start movies well before sunset is something that traditional projection screens simply can’t do, and it lets us start movies earlier, which is perfect for families with young children that don’t want to start a movie after 8 PM.”
UOE is also partnering with Blue Starlite Drive-In by providing them with UOE’s Mobile LED Screen so they can do special matinee viewings for screenings during the day, especially during the extended spring break. UOE says it offers even larger weatherproof LED screens which can accommodate more vehicles.
As a small business operating at a national level, UOE will continue to provide drive-ins and single-family “backyard movie drop-off” packages throughout the COVID-19 crisis until and they can resume all rentals again. You can get more information from UOE here.
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