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Cinema Pub Business Plan 02 Nov 2002 17:24 #27990

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Hello all,

I am a college student at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, California, and I am developing a Business Plan for a single screen movie theatre that serves food and beer for a class project. I have a few questions.

1) I need to do my financials, I need some real numbers. Does anyone have a profits and losses statement they will share with me?
Is there some type of industry standard "chart of accounts" that I could use? Will someone share there financials with me?

2) Will anyone share their business plan with me?

As you can see I am in the research phase of the plan and any information you can share will be helpful.

Thank you,

Scott Kelting

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Re: Cinema Pub Business Plan 02 Nov 2002 18:13 #27991

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Financial Categories

Ordinary Income/Expense
Revenue
Admission Revenue
Discount Card Sales
Discount Card Redeemed
Gift Certificate Sales
Gift Certificate Redeemed
Concession Revenue
Other Revenue
Total Revenue
Rental Income
Total Income

Expenses
Operating Expenses
Box Office Over/Short
Concession Merchandise Costs
Equipment Rental
Film Expenses
Feature Film Rental
Other Film Rental
Film Buying Expense (Booker)
Film Freight Costs
Total Film Expenses

Marketing & Advertising
Daily Directory Ad
Weekly Ad
Co-op Advertising
Film Ads - Non Co-op
Mylar’s & Posters
Flyers
Calendar Expense
Graphic Design
Radio Ads/Sponsorships
Web Site Expenses
Public Relations
Marketing & Advertising Other
Total Marketing & Advertising

Rent
Repairs & Maintenance
Janitorial Service
Concession Stand Repair
Projection & Sound Equipment Repair
Repairs & Maintenance - Other
Total Repairs & Maintenance

Supplies
Staff Uniforms
Box Office Supplies
Concession Supplies
Facility Supplies
Projection Supplies
Total Supplies

Utilities
Total Operating Expenses

General & Administration Expense
Amortization Expense
Bank Service Charges
Business Gifts
Depreciation Expense
Dues & Subscriptions
Entertainment
Insurance
Health Insurance
Liability Insurance
Workman's Comp. Insurance
Total Insurance

Licenses & Permits
Miscellaneous
Office Expenses
Payroll Services
Printing
Other
Total Office Expenses

Payroll Management
Management Salaries & Wages
Payroll Taxes Management
Total Payroll Management

Professional Fees
Interior Design Fees
Accounting
Legal Fees
Professional Fees Other
Total Professional Fees

Postage and Deliver
Travel Expenses
Telephone

Taxes
Local
Property
State Total Taxes

Total General & Administrative Expenses

Interest Expense
Finance Charge
Loan Fee
Loan Interest
Late Fees and Penalties
Total Interest Expenses

Total Expense

Net Ordinary Income
Interest Income
Other Income
Net Income
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Re: Cinema Pub Business Plan 02 Nov 2002 18:22 #27992

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Thoughts:

A cinema pub isn't a movie theatre with interesting food, but it's a restaurant with entertainment.

A single screen movie theatre is a great way to go broke.

A minimum of 3 screens allows you to spread your risk over three screens and gives you programming flexibility.
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Re: Cinema Pub Business Plan 02 Nov 2002 18:25 #27993

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Large:
Financial Categories

Ordinary Income/Expense
Revenue
Admission Revenue
Discount Card Sales
Discount Card Redeemed
Gift Certificate Sales
Gift Certificate Redeemed
Concession Revenue
Other Revenue
Total Revenue
Rental Income
Total Income

Expenses
Operating Expenses
Box Office Over/Short
Concession Merchandise Costs
Equipment Rental
Film Expenses
Feature Film Rental
Other Film Rental
Film Buying Expense (Booker)
Film Freight Costs
Total Film Expenses

Marketing & Advertising
Daily Directory Ad
Weekly Ad
Co-op Advertising
Film Ads - Non Co-op
Mylar’s & Posters
Flyers
Calendar Expense
Graphic Design
Radio Ads/Sponsorships
Web Site Expenses
Public Relations
Marketing & Advertising Other
Total Marketing & Advertising

Rent
Repairs & Maintenance
Janitorial Service
Concession Stand Repair
Projection & Sound Equipment Repair
Repairs & Maintenance - Other
Total Repairs & Maintenance

Supplies
Staff Uniforms
Box Office Supplies
Concession Supplies
Facility Supplies
Projection Supplies
Total Supplies

Utilities
Total Operating Expenses

General & Administration Expense
Amortization Expense
Bank Service Charges
Business Gifts
Depreciation Expense
Dues & Subscriptions
Entertainment
Insurance
Health Insurance
Liability Insurance
Workman's Comp. Insurance
Total Insurance

Licenses & Permits
Miscellaneous
Office Expenses
Payroll Services
Printing
Other
Total Office Expenses

Payroll Management
Management Salaries & Wages
Payroll Taxes Management
Total Payroll Management

Professional Fees
Interior Design Fees
Accounting
Legal Fees
Professional Fees Other
Total Professional Fees

Postage and Deliver
Travel Expenses
Telephone

Taxes
Local
Property
State Total Taxes

Total General & Administrative Expenses

Interest Expense
Finance Charge
Loan Fee
Loan Interest
Late Fees and Penalties
Total Interest Expenses

Total Expense

Net Ordinary Income
Interest Income
Other Income
Net Income
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Re: Cinema Pub Business Plan 02 Nov 2002 18:28 #27994

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Thanks!

Okay, three screens sounds good. Do you have any numbers to fill into these catagories?

How many sq feet do you think I will need for 3 theatres?
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Re: Cinema Pub Business Plan 08 Nov 2002 14:26 #27995

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Rule of thumb is that you need between 18 and 22 square feet for every seat for the overall complex. The fewer number of screens and seats, the higher the ratio. If you are incorporating a full-fledged pub or restaurant, this would be over and above the area calculation. In your case, I would use a m,ore conservative figure of 25 square feet per seat.
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