The owner of a small town drive-in movie theater in North Carolina says they are closing their doors.
This is sad to see. During Covid, Hound’s Drive-In in Kings Mountain was one of the few places you could go for entertainment. But after seven seasons it is closing.
In a Facebook post Preston Brown had this to say about his theater. ““We started this journey together with a vision of a campground and drive-in movie theater that ultimately turned into the #1 highest-grossing drive-in theater with the largest screens in the nation,” the post reads. “We broke attendance records not only with other drive-ins, but walk-in theaters also.”
There is something magical and nostalgic about Hound’s. The joy of seeing a current film in your car or tailgate or in a lawn chair right outside is so much fun for the whole family.
Movies were not the only thing that Brown hosted at Hound’s, hundreds of people traveled there for graduations, concerts and even church services during the pandemic.
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