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Voting Now Open to Save Graham Drive In

A month long contest has started that could help keep Texoma's last drive in movie theater open..
The Graham Drive In now plays movies that are on 35 millimeter film but next year that format will no longer be available. So, to continue showing movies the drive in must convert to a digital projector which costs more than $100,000.

Managers say a car company could pay for the conversion at no cost but your help is needed.

"Honda has started a contest called Project Drive In and they are going to donate five new projectors to five drive in's across the United States.  Graham Drive In is one of 50 drive ins that has been entered and we need everyone's vote to ensure we win a projector," says Erin Hawkins, manager at the Graham Drive In.

That contest has started and ends September 9th. Each person can vote once a day.

You can vote by texting the word Vote30 to 444999 or you can log your vote and see their video entry at the link below:

http://projectdrivein.com/#vote_30
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