Every Night Can Be Movie Night If You Win This Theater In Maine In This Contest
Are you obsessed with all things cinema? Do you watch Netflix on a non-stop loop (it's okay to admit it–I certainly do)? Would go as far to consider yourself a cinephile? If so, there's an exciting opportunity awaiting you, in Maine that is. You could become the new owner of a historic theater for just $100 and a convincing 250-word essay to the current owner of the place.
The building is valued at 203,300.00, but owner Mike Hurley thinks the competition will earn that money and then some. There are just a few rules you'll need to follow to get in the running.
• Submit a 250-word essay as an individual, family, group, or organization.
• Be certain there is no name or anything that would specifically identity you in the essay.
• Submit a non-refundable entry fee of $100.00, as a certified check or money order
That's it! What should the essay be about? Take the following prompt and convince Hurley you're the right person (family or organization) to be the next owner, and BOOM: you could own a movie theatre.
Seems pretty easy, right? That's an investment that's surely worth $100 and a few hours or so of your time to write up a brief, yet compelling essay, right? I'd have to say the answer is obviously a, "YES!" If you agree, and surely you do, get started by filling out the entry form here.
If you want to take a quick tour around the theater before filling out the form and forking over the dough, watch this brief video provided by current owner Mike Hurley.
Ready to own a theater? Here's that form link once more, and good luck to you, because Hurley is accepting a minimum of 350,000 entries, so the competition looks to be ample and stiff!
*SIDE NOTE: The contest has been extended through the end of January, not the date mentioned in the video.*