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Where is Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Corporate office Headquarters

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Headquarters Address and Contact

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas
  • Address:  13729 Research Boulevard, Suite 735, Austin, TX 78750, United States
  • Phone Number: 512-219-5408
  • Fax Number: 512-233-2839
  • Email: N/A
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    Number of Employees: 500 
  • Established: 1997
  • Founder: N/A
  • Key People: Mr. Tim League (CEO)

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Headquarters Location & Directions

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Mr. Christian Parkes

Chief Brand Officer

Mr. Mike Sherrill

Chief Creative Officer

Mr. Henri Mazza

Director of National Promotions

Ms. Sarah Pitre

Director of Programming and Promotions

About Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas, History and Headquarters Information

Being known for its strict policies, this cinema was first introduced in the 1997 in Texas by Tim League. After the successful operations, it started its different branches across the United States and now it has around 37 branches in different cities and states.

Audience of the cinema is required to maintain proper discipline in the cinema and they are not allowed to bring kids under the age of two. These strict policies have played a great role in the popularity of the cinema. Even texting during the show is prohibited, if someone breaks this policy, they first warn him and then ultimately remove him from the theatre.

Apart from Texas, it is operating in Virginia, New York, Colorado, Arizona, Woodbury, Minnesota, crystal city and Missouri. There are a lot of other branches in the pipeline of company that are yet to be opened out of which 5 would be located in Texas alone.

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  • Cello says:

    I am fuming hot at this place!!!!!!!!!

    I was there yesterday to catch a movie and as I was sitting outside next door eating I observed a white male get out of his car with his date and place a gun in his lower back!! I literally go over and alert the waitress of this person and even asked if they didn’t mind asking him to place it back in his car as others there could be just as uncomfortable as me knowing that there was a person inside with a firearm. Nothing happens!! Its getting closer to my movie time to I address the security guard and one officer was batch out to the situation which was a wow moment!! Let me say that I did not want the man arrested just to place it back in the car but 10 min later the office leaves the scene stating that the Managers told him that they would observe the gentleman!!! WOW!!!!!!!!!! I asked the officer if this was reported as an brown individual what would the response be and he smirked his shoulders! Now I am seriously upset!! I take a picture of the officer, the door which CLEARLY stated that NO firearms are allowed and spoke with the manager who KNOWS she/they were wrong! I asked her if she was familiar with the situation that happened in Florida and she said yes. I then asked don’t you think the families there wished that someone had reported that someone was entering with a gun and a cop was called vs you as a manager just stating that we will observe? Plus in your observations when will you as a manager feel that its time to call the cops? WHen he is agitated? Isn’t that way to late??

    Furious

     
  • Dianne Vierling says:

    I would like to hear from you about the issue that no one will help me with. Shortly before the pandemic, we bought two $50 gift cards because they each came with a $10.00 bonus card for food. Then you closed, I called after waiting a couple of months and a man I spoke with said there was nothing he could do because that location would re-open. The phone is disconnected and it does not appear to be open still.
    This is poor business and very unfair to a loyal customer who pre Covid came in once a week.
    Please make this right.

     
  • Bridget Burgess Thorne says:

    Seeking clarification: is it your corporate policy to discriminate against people with handicaps? Your facility in Raleigh, NC refused to allow my service animal to accompany me, laughed at me, asked questions which the ADA does not allow, etc. I tried explaining federal law but was dismissed and told to leave.

     
  • Bridget Burgess Thorne says:

    Seeking clarification: is it your corporate policy to discriminate against people with handicaps? Your facility in Raleigh, NC refused to allow my service animal to accompany me, laughed at me, asked questions which the ADA does not allow, etc. I tried explaining federal law but was dismissed and told to leave.

     
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