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Walmart to transform store parking lots into drive-in theaters

2020-07-02 16:08 by


The retail giant announced Wednesday that it will be transforming 160 of its store parking lots into drive-in theaters. The Walmart screenings are set for August through October.

Walmart announced the new plan on Twitter and has already launched a website dedicated to the new move. The drive-in theaters will arrive in partnership with Tribeca, according to Walmart, which says that its new plan will help the public watch movies while maintaining social distancing.

There's also no word on price yet, nor how long Walmart plans to operate these theaters. The company did say that it will be offering food and drink service car-side, so no one will have to get out of their vehicles. This is arguably the best way to watch movies at this time, enabling families to stay isolated in their own private vehicles.

"Starting in August at select Walmart stores, we're partnering with @Tribeca and rolling out the red carpet for drive-in movie premieres, complete with car-side and service," Walmart tweeted. "Stay tuned for more details. See you at the movies!"

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