Boraie Giving Back To The Community In Its Unique Way

Boraie is a limited liability company that is focused on almost every aspect of the development of the urban real estate market. Over the years Boraie has concentrated on real estate development, property management and even property sales and marketing. The company has a team of highly motivated staff members that are committed to creating magnificent properties while at the same time offering unparalleled service to its customers.

Boraie’s boasts of the fact that it has been working with some of the most influential financial institutions together with architects who have great vision spanning a period that exceeds 30 years. The contractors that work with Boraie understand the importance of completing projects promptly. These are some of the factors that have propelled Boraie to success.

This summer, as reported by The New Jersey stage, Sam Boraie in partnership with The Provident Bank is sponsoring the local community to watch six movies at the state theater. All the six films will be screened for free providing individuals and families with an opportunity to indulge in some of their favorite films at no cost at all at New Jerseys premier movie location since 1921.

According to Central Jersey Working Moms, moviegoers will be offered with an unrivaled movie experience thanks to the state theaters sophisticated digital projection equipment. At the theater, the audience will be able to watch the movies from the balcony just like the Hollywood glory days. Below are the movies that will be available for screening. Check out Central Jersey Working Moms.

The Honeymooners

For individuals who grew up in the tri-state region, there is a high probability that they grew up watching this show during its original run on television. For those who never got the chance to watch it years ago, even on subsequent re-runs, the state theater is the place to be to witness the coming to life of the two couples as never seen before.

Arts Unbound

Back in 2000, Catherine Lazen got inspired and created an art school which would go on and champion individuals with disabilities. The movie was fittingly titled Arts Unbound. It is hard to believe that 17 years later, the non-profit organization would be still providing education in fine arts to giving gallery exhibition spaces to approximately 300 artists yearly. This has gone ahead to challenge the stigma and lack of viable employment opportunities faced by disabled persons.

Other movies that will be available for screening include; The Net Will Appear and The Inner Struggles Of Deidre Forest.