If you read my recent rant about going to the movies, and then read my email to & the response from the theater, they you knew this was coming. But, it’s cool that they’re actually here. After the last response, I did reply via email to Mr. Wilson:
From: Eric Carroll <email@example.com>
To: Shawn Wilson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thu, August 12, 2010
Subject: Re: Contact Us: Quality of service at a theatre
Thank you for the reply. I understand that you must also be frustrated with the behavior of your patrons. My wife & I would very much appreciate two movie passes, thank you for the offer! My mailing address is…
Pittsburgh, PA XXXXX
You do have a great new beautiful theater… hopefully over time, you’ll be able to have the staff available to spot & weed-out the troublemakers. Ha… too bad that texting is one of the bans… I’d certainly have no trouble texting the theater to point out moviegoers causing a distraction for others!
Have a good day,
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And, then today, this was in my mailbox when I got home:
It’s cool that it can be used for any movie any time. I had wondered if there would be any odd restrictions. I am serious abut the texting to report troublemakers though. If there was a “text complaints to this # to alert managers of a disturbance/error during the film” kind of thing… it would work out pretty well… except that texting during to movie is one of those things that’s already frowned upon. They need those buttons like they have at the bowling alley… ha ha.
At any rate, we’ll have to get back out there soon to catch a free show!