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CHANGES PLANNED FOR STUDIO 28
(2007-01-25)
(wgvu) - LEADERS AT STUDIO 28 HAVE ASKED THE WYOMING CITY COUNICL TO APPROVE CHANGES INCLUDING A BANQUET HALL AND THE ABILITY TO SERVE ALCOHOL TO MOVIE-GOERS.

IT WOULD BE SOLD FROM A SEPARATE CONCESSION STAND WITH A TWO DRINK MAXIMUM RULE.

STUDIO 28 DIRECTOR OF MARKETING STEVE VAN WAGONER SAYS THE GOAL IS TO REPLICATE THE SUCCESS OF OTHER LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT VENUES IN ALCOHOL SALES.

THE ABILITY TO SELL ALCOHOL WOULD COMPLIMENT A PLANNED BANQUET FACILITY.

VAN WAGONER SAYS SPACE ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE BUILDING WOULD BE RENOVATED TO SEAT AROUND 200 GUESTS.

HE ALSO SAYS STUDIO 28 PLANS ON INVESTING IN AT LEAST ONE DIGITAL THEATER.

IT WOULD BE CAPABLE OF SCREENING MUCH HIGHER-QUALITY FILMS, AND WOULD BE ABLE TO SCREEN THINGS LIKE SPORTING EVENTS AND TELEVISION SHOWS ON A 42-FOOT WIDE SCREEN.

THERE'S NO TIMELINE FOR THE IMPROVEMENTS. THE CITY OF WYOMING MUST FIRST APPROVE THE CHANGES.
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