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    Businesses make it really hard to find out what you can/cannot bring into their establishment. I'm going to Cinemark in Jordan Landing today, but cannot find policies about restricted items at their theaters in general. Their policies are surrounding ticket sales, privacy statements, etc, etc.

    I normally would not worry, but since Cadet Higham was asked to leave the Ritz 15 in WVC, it makes me a little nervous.

    Does anyone have tricks about finding info like that on a website (being restricted items at a theater)??

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    Don't worry about it.At any given point someone has been asked to leave XXXX establishment. Sometimes it is for guns, other timesthey just don't like you. Know your legal and don't worry about it.

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    You are not expected to research their entire code of conduct. If they don't want you to carry a firearm in their establishment, they will have a sign posted before you enter. The dollar theater in Provo (Movies 8?) has a no weapons sign on each of the ticket windows. I ignore the sign, and have open carried there without incident.
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    Ya. The only reason I wanted to know was so I could call their bluff if they said it was policy.... show that I had done my research etc, etc.

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    The other thing is that I would rather buy movie tickets at a theater that won't mind my gun or kick me out, especially if I am with family or friends. If I could find a policy, I would use that information to determine where to spend my money.

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    I generally avoid spending mony at places that are Anti-gun, but sometimes it is unavoidable. I usually just use sites like this to help me.

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    I sent an e-mail to cinemark corporate to find out their policy, now lets see what they say.

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    No problems at the theater today, hopefully it stays that way.

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    Good deal, what did you go see?

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    The Incredible Hulk. It was really good. No cheezy moments like iron man and some of the other comic book movies. More on par with Batman Begins and Superman Returns.

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    Heh, I only went to see Iron man, I don't like the rest of them, and Iron man was dissapointing.

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