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Policy Trailers 28 Nov 2006 21:31 #14948

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Where does one goto get a generic policy trailer for their theater? We have one now that is about 5000 years old (made in 1978 or so) and I wish I could find out who made it. But I need a better one. So suggestions would be appreciated.
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Re: Policy Trailers 29 Nov 2006 03:16 #14949

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Re: Policy Trailers 29 Nov 2006 21:48 #14950

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Cinema Concepts has some good ones too. www.cinemaconcepts.com
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Re: Policy Trailers 01 Dec 2006 10:18 #14951

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We use Pike productions. HTey have just redone their's and they look good.

Also keep an eye out for other sources. Pepsi sometimes have some. Some of my best have been from them. The Sony Pink Pahter themed one was also very good and free!
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Re: Policy Trailers 01 Dec 2006 14:50 #14952

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I also use Pike Productions. They have a really jumpin' policy trailer I open the show with and several coming attractions and feature presentation trailers to choose from. They're in Rhode Island and have a website where you can preview all their trailers. Prices are reasonable too.

Bob Allen
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Re: Policy Trailers 01 Dec 2006 19:02 #14953

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Well let me ask you this, how do you get a hold of Pepsi trailers?

Also lets say I sell coke products and I want to start off the feature with some coke advertisements. Does coke pay you for that?
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Re: Policy Trailers 02 Dec 2006 12:36 #14954

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We sell Pepsi products at our place. Pepsi provides a new trailer each month and Pepsi discounts the product to us for running their trailers.

Bob Allen
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Re: Policy Trailers 25 Apr 2007 01:29 #14955

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Does Pepsi still provide the policy trailers? If so, does someone have a contact? My sales rep is clueless.
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Re: Policy Trailers 25 Apr 2007 10:15 #14956

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revrobor - Are you getting Pepsi from Dubuque? Are you getting national pricing already? And lastly is the discount on top of that?
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Re: Policy Trailers 26 Apr 2007 23:15 #14957

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I am no longer with that theatre but the product came from Waterloo and the discount was in addition to the national price.

Bob Allen
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Re: Policy Trailers 27 Apr 2007 09:47 #14958

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Actually I recieve new trailers from Coke about once or twice a month. I called and called to try to find a specific Coke trailer from several years ago featuring the Coca Cola NASCAR drivers all piling out of a stock car at a drive-in. I never received the one I wanted, but ended up on a "list" and now we get new Coke stuff about once or twice a month. No, they don't pay me to run it. Truthfully, I only run them when I'm getting desparately short on trailers for filler material during intermission.

Barry Floyd
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Lebanon, Tennessee

Stardust Drive-In Theatre
Watertown, Tennessee
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