Thursday, December 29, 2011

Building a Drive In Movie Theater From The Ground Up.

It all seems so simple on paper. But once you roll your sleeves up and get in there...HOLY COW.
Drive In Movie Theaters have pretty much joined the dinosaurs over the past 20 years. They have certainly proven the old saying of "out of site, out of mind." Well, we're bringing them back and in a big way!

Danny Boy's team has spent the last six months researching, researching and researching. After realizing that the Drive In Movie is something Americans have been missing without even realizing it, we thought now would be the perfect time. From a business standpoint, the market is ready. From Danny Boy's standpoint, society is starving for it. He believes in his heart that our families need a place to spend quality time together and the Drive In is a great place to do just that.

So, the team at Danny Boy's is heading into this project with three major focuses. 
1. Provide a wonderful place for family and community to gather.
2. Shine a huge spotlight on small-town America and its local mom and pop shops.
3. Create a business model that can easily be duplicated by franchisees in small towns  
     throughout the country.

Check back in for updates as to our progress.
Here We Go!


  1. I really hope you succeed! I spent many years in the business (mostly indoor, but some drive-in) But the season is rapidly moving by! Good Luck!!

  2. WOW !!! Just got home from the US-23 Drive In and checked my email. Saw a Groupon for your Drive In and went to your website. You are doing something I wish I could do. I've actually laid out the plans in my head for exactly what you have done. Completely awesome to see a Drive In opening in this day and age. People don't know what they are missing watching movies under the stars. My hat is off to you Danny Boy !!! We will have to make it over to your Drive In from Fenton.