Cobb Theatres

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Cobb Theatres, LLC
Founded 1921
Headquarters Birmingham, Alabama,
United States
Key people
Robert M. Cobb
(CEO & President)
Ricky W. Thomas
(CFO)
Website www.cobbtheatres.com
Cobb Cinebistro Logo

Cobb Theatres is an American cinema chain based in Birmingham, Alabama. The company was established in 1921, in Fayette, Alabama[1] expanding through the South, and buying out General Cinema and Wometco Theatres. Cobb presently operates 19 locations with 232 screens, the majority of which are located in Florida, with others in Alabama, Georgia, Colorado, Ohio and Virginia.

In October 2017, Mexican cinema chain Cinemex announced its intent to acquire Cobb via its CMX subsidiary (which it had used to launch U.S. locations with a premium cinema concept), which will make it the eighth-largest U.S. cinema chain with 30 locations.[2]

Cinema locations[edit]

Name City Opening Date
Pinnacle 14 Gulf Shores, Alabama July 22, 2005
Hollywood 16 Tuscaloosa, Alabama November 5, 2004
Cine'Bistro @ Solaris 3 Vail, Colorado July 23, 2010
Lakeside 18 Lakeland, Florida December 22, 2005
Merritt Square 16 Merritt Island, Florida May 21, 2004
Cine'Bistro @ Dolphin Mall 5 Miami, Florida May 30, 2008
Dolphin 19 Miami, Florida February 27, 2001
Hialeah Grand 18 Miami Lakes, Florida December 22, 2007
Miami Lakes 17 Miami Lakes, Florida June 14, 2001
Downtown 16 Palm Beach Gardens, Florida November 23, 2005
Cine'Bistro @ Hyde Park Village 6 Tampa, Florida October 16, 2009
Grove 16 & Cine'Bistro 6 Wesley Chapel, Florida September 26, 2008
Grand 10 Winter Haven, Florida November 15, 2002
Cine'Bistro @ Stony Point Fashion Park 5 Richmond, Virginia October 22, 2010
Cinema Plaza Cafe 12 Orlando, Florida December 12, 2010
Cine'Bistro @ Town Brookhaven 7 Atlanta, Georgia September 23, 2011
Village 12 Leesburg, Virginia July 23, 2011
Countryside 12 Clearwater, Florida December 16, 2011
Cine'Bistro @ Waverly Cary, North Carolina September, 2015
Cobb Liberty Luxury 15 Liberty Township, Butler County, Ohio November 5, 2015
Cobb Tyrone Luxury 10 St. Petersburg, Florida April 15, 2016
Cobb Daytona Luxury 12 Daytona Beach, Florida December 12, 2016
Cine'Bistro @ Peachtree Corners Town Center Peachtree Corners, Georgia Planned 2018

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Company Overview of Cobb Theatres, LLC". Retrieved 22 February 2016. 
  2. ^ Brinkmann, Paul. "CMX Cinemas buys Cobb Theatres, including Orlando location". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved 2017-11-20. 

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