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    Modern Meets Retro Moving-Going Experience A live band, standard restaurant food, retro posters, popcorn, drinks, music, movies, small theaters, energetic atmosphere and good ticket pricing is what Alamo Drafthouse Cinema offers. This movie theater is well known throughout the United States. Overall there are 29 locations throughout the country and each one of them offers the same unique movie experience. There are two locations in the Denver Metro area. One is located in Littleton, the older of

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    but the Alamo values Austin. This is where their first location was and this is the city that birthed and nurtured their success. As such, they are tied very securely to the community that surrounds them, not only in Austin, but wherever they choose to open their doors. EXTERNAL Brand Review: As stated previously, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema mostly engages in word of mouth advertising and signature events to bolster their public relations efforts. With the expansion, however, the Alamo has hired

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    • History Texas Originally named Texas Technological College, the college opened in 1925 with six buildings and an enrollment of 914 students. Texas Tech University was created by legislative action in 1923 and has the distinction of being the largest comprehensive higher education institution in the western two-thirds of the state of by action of the Texas State Legislature, Texas Technological College formally became Texas Tech University on September 1, 1969. • Location & Description of College

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