On the heels of the Governor’s announcement to reopen Michigan theaters, GQT Movies has unveiled a plan to re-open the remaining 11 locations it operates in the state, including the Hastings 4. The Cadillac, Michigan theater has been open since August 7.
“This has been a long time coming, and we are ready to get back to the job of serving our valued customers,” stated COO Matt McSparin.
GQT Movies purchased the Hastings 4 and several other former Goodrich Quality Theater, Inc. locations earlier this summer after Goodrich filed bankruptcy. GQT Movies will honor unused
Goodrich gift cards that customers may still have.
“GQT will open with the three S’s of our safety plan at the forefront of their efforts; social distance, sanitize, and safely following recommendations. Guest safety through clean and disinfected lobbies, bathrooms, concession areas, and auditoriums will be our priority,” added McSparin.
“All GQT Movies locations will be opening with everyday low pricing on tickets and concessions that are 10-25% less than previous pricing and less than our competitors in most every circumstance.”
GQT Movies is searching for new staff of all ages 16 and up to fill job openings with the new GQT team. For more information, visit www.gqtmovies.com.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2020
Ann Arbor, MI (Quality 16)
Bay City, MI (Bay City 10)
Holland, MI (Holland 7)
Battle Creek, MI (West Columbia 7)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2020
Ada-Lowell, MI (Ada-Lowell 5)
Jackson, MI (Jackson 10)
Three Rivers, MI (Three Rivers 6)
Kalamazoo, MI (Kalamazoo 10)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2020
Oxford, MI (Oxford 7)
Hastings, MI (Hastings 4)
Port Huron, MI (Krafft 8)