Unable to host patrons inside, Terrace Theater starts an old-fashioned drive-in

The Post and Courier
Adam Parker
April 28, 2020

If you can’t screen movies inside the theaters, then maybe projecting some old favorites on the exterior wall of the building will suffice.

A pandemic and consequent civic shutdown will drive any small business owner to desperation, and desperation can lead to creative solutions.

Paul Brown, owner of the Terrace Theater, has a business model that depends on people packing tightly into confined spaces. So when he had to close his mini-multiplex on James Island, all the income dried up in a flash.

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