SAVE THE TEXAN MOVIE THEATER IN CLEVELAND, TEXAS!

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The Texan Theater in downtown Cleveland opened in January 1939, and thanks to owner Cliff Dunn, it looks much the same inside and out. Unfortunately, the Texan will be closing soon unless supporters can raise $86,000 to upgrade its equipment to show movies in digital format, because movies will no longer be available in the 35 mm format the theater’s equipment has used for decades.
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Over the past couple of years, Dunn says it has become increasingly difficult to get movies in the old format, and some movies were only available in digital, leaving him without the option of ordering them. The $86,000 may sound like a lofty goal without much time, but those determined to make it happen are confident and already have benefits planned.

To find out more about the campaign to save the Texan theater in Cleveland Texan make sure you check out their Facebook page:

http://m.facebook.com/pages/Save-The-Texan/423822577673550?id=423822577673550&refsrc=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fpages%2FSave-The-Texan%2F423822577673550&_rdr

Contributions can be mailed to:
Cliff Dunn
P.O. Box 640
Cleveland, Texas
77328

Updates on fundraising efforts and other information can be found on the “Save The Texan” Facebook page. Please find that page, click “like” and share it.To learn what movie is showing at The Texan, call 281-592-6464.