Detroit Free Press: Paul Glantz on movie theater resurgence

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Emagine Entertainment, which launched in 1997 and is now among the top 10 largest theater chains in North America, has experienced a boom in business by recent blockbuster movies, including “Top Gun: Maverick” and “Minions,” which are helping to bring more customers back to theaters. The theater business has been under duress as a result of the pandemic, with about 13% of the movie going public still uncomfortable returning to theaters. Paul Glantz, Emagine founder and chairman, and an alumnus of Wayne State University’s Mike Ilitch School of Business, speaks about the company’s business strategy and how his theaters are welcoming patrons back to the movies.

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