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Phil J. Zacheretti

President and Chief Executive Officer

Phoenix Theatres LLC

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Phoenix Theatres LLC

9111 Cross Park Drive, Suite E-275

Knoxville, Tennessee,37923

United States

Company Description

Phoenix Theatres, LLC is a privately held company based in Knoxville, Tennessee. The principals currently own and operate 65 screen locations in six states ... Tennessee and Kentucky. With a combined 50 years of Motion Picture Exhibition experience, the partne... more

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citizensvoice.com

Phil Zacheretti President & CEO, Phoenix Big Cinemas Management, LLC talks about the changes being made the former theaters and new Iron Horse Bistro Theater at the Steamtown Mall on Wednesday, March 16, 2016.
Phil Zacheretti President & CEO, Phoenix Big Cinemas Management, LLC talks about the changes being made the former theaters and new Iron Horse Bistro Theater at the Steamtown Mall on Wednesday, March 16, 2016. The Iron Horse Bistro Theater at the Mall at Steamtown will feature plush, reclining seats, fancier bar food and a full bar with several taps, said Phil Zacheretti, president of the operating company Phoenix Theatres Entertainment. Standing Wednesday inside a theater that has been stripped down to the walls and the concrete floors, the president said several details, such as specific menu items and actual ticket prices, still need to be hammered out, but he is "very confident" the theater will open this summer. Movie tickets should be within a dollar or two of competing movie theaters, Mr. Zacheretti said. It will hire 4 to 5 full-time employees and about 30 part-time ones, Mr. Zacheretti said.


wnep.com

"We founded this company in 2011 and we named it Phoenix Theatres, obviously, for rising from the ashes, and we have a tendency to go to theaters that have either been closed or are in bad shape, and we renovate them," said Phil Zacheretti of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment.


citizensvoice.com

The new venue, the "Iron Horse Movie Bistro," will open in the first half of 2016, Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment LLC, said at a Tuesday news conference.
The group aims to remodel the theater, now awash in colors and designs typical of the 1990s, to something new and upscale. The new look will be "steampunk," which mixes modern technology with Victorian Age aesthetics. "We have a tendency to go to theaters that are closed or are in bad shape and we renovate them," Zacheretti said. Marquee Cinemas 8 closed at the end of December after failing to renew their lease and not upgrading their format from movie print to digital. The new theater promises to be something different. Zacheretti described a location where families and friends gathered for meals and a few drinks before seeing a movie. He relaxed in a red leather recliner to demonstrate the new seating. Each of the building's eight auditoriums will hold fewer seats than they did as a traditional movie theater, since the recliners require more space than a typical chair. The larger rooms will hold about 90 seats and the smaller ones will hold about 60. Tickets should be bought well in advance, since a ticket will have an assigned seat. Ticket prices have not been finalized, but Zacheretti said they should be competitive with other area movie theaters. "It's going to be affordable for all patrons," Zacheretti said. The popcorn, however, will feature real butter, Zacheretti said. The $4 million renovation project is scheduled to start soon. "You'll see a lot of demolition going on here in the next few months," Zacheretti said.


timesleader.com

Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment, demonstrates a leather reclining chair identical to those which will fill the new Iron Horse Movie Bistro, a luxury movie theater set to open in the first quarter of 2016 at The Mall at Steamtown in Scranton.
Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment, demonstrates a leather reclining chair identical to those which will fill the new Iron Horse Movie Bistro, a luxury movie theater set to open in the first quarter of 2016 at The Mall at Steamtown in Scranton. "In the theatre industry, we say that during your visit to a movie, you'll spend about 90 percent of your time sitting in the chair," said Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment. "And we thought, 'Why not make it the most comfortable chair that we could possibly put in here?'" "Hopefully, the movie is exciting enough that you won't doze off in a chair like that," he quipped. "We have a tendency to go to theaters that have either been closed or are in bad shape and we renovate them," Zacheretti said. The popcorn will be made with real butter, a rarity in theatres today, according to Zacheretti. "It's going to be affordable for all patrons - I don't want the word 'luxury' to throw anybody off - everyone is going to afford to be able to come here," said Zacheretti. According to Zacheretti, the theatre will generate between 40 and 45 part-time and full-time jobs, as well as an influx of traffic to the downtown shopping district. Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment, demonstrates a leather reclining chair identical to those which will fill the new Iron Horse Movie Bistro, a luxury movie theater set to open in the first quarter of 2016 at The Mall at Steamtown in Scranton. http://timesleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TTL-Steamtown-1.jpg Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment, demonstrates a leather reclining chair identical to those which will fill the new Iron Horse Movie Bistro, a luxury movie theater set to open in the first quarter of 2016 at The Mall at Steamtown in Scranton.


theabingtonjournal.com

Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment, demonstrates a leather reclining chair identical to those which will fill the new Iron Horse Movie Bistro, a luxury movie theater set to open in the first quarter of 2016 at The Mall at Steamtown in Scranton.
Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment, demonstrates a leather reclining chair identical to those which will fill the new Iron Horse Movie Bistro, a luxury movie theater set to open in the first quarter of 2016 at The Mall at Steamtown in Scranton. "In the theatre industry, we say that during your visit to a movie, you'll spend about 90 percent of your time sitting in the chair," said Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment. "And we thought, 'Why not make it the most comfortable chair that we could possibly put in here?'" "Hopefully, the movie is exciting enough that you won't doze off in a chair like that," he quipped. "We have a tendency to go to theaters that have either been closed or are in bad shape and we renovate them," Zacheretti said. The popcorn will be made with real butter, a rarity in theatres today, according to Zacheretti. "It's going to be affordable for all patrons - I don't want the word 'luxury' to throw anybody off - everyone is going to afford to be able to come here," said Zacheretti. According to Zacheretti, the theatre will generate between 40 and 45 part-time and full-time jobs, as well as an influx of traffic to the downtown shopping district. Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment, demonstrates a leather reclining chair identical to those which will fill the new Iron Horse Movie Bistro, a luxury movie theater set to open in the first quarter of 2016 at The Mall at Steamtown in Scranton. http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TTL-Steamtown-1.jpg Phil Zacheretti, president and CEO of Phoenix Theatres Entertainment, demonstrates a leather reclining chair identical to those which will fill the new Iron Horse Movie Bistro, a luxury movie theater set to open in the first quarter of 2016 at The Mall at Steamtown in Scranton.


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