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The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Hosts a Drive-in Movie Night Featuring a 75th Anniversary Showing of The Wizard of Oz at Greystone Mansion

Come Celebrate the City of Beverly Hills' 100-Year Anniversary With an Old-Fashioned Night at the Drive-in

BEVERLY HILLS, CA--(Marketwired - May 13, 2014) - The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce continues its celebration of the city's centennial year with a night at the drive-in. Against the backdrop of one of the most notable mansions in America, guests will enjoy an evening of old-fashioned movie magic complete with a 75th anniversary celebratory showing of The Wizard of Oz. The Chamber's first-ever drive-in movie night will be held at Greystone Mansion (905 Loma Vista Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210) on Sunday, May 25 from 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm.

This exclusive event will be limited to an intimate audience of less than 300 people and will feature special Oz themed experiences; food trucks from select culinary member businesses; savory selections from Umami Burger, including Truffle Burgers, Manly Sliders, Thin Fries and Sweet Potato Fries; vintage cart concessions from Let's Have a Cart Party serving nachos, hot dogs, popcorn, and cotton candy; and a very special dessert feature from Sprinkles, including their world famous cupcakes. Guests can arrive early to connect with business leaders and our Beverly Hills residential community, ogle the beauty of luxury vehicles provided by O'Gara Coach, check out the latest technologies from Sprint, and have the chance to receive a private tour of Greystone Mansion. Moviegoers will have options to watch from the comfort of their own vehicles or from the Warner Bros. lounge designed by the talented team at Paradigm Shift.

"This unique event will recapture drive-in movie magic for our community as we continue to celebrate our own historic 100th birthday," said the Chamber's Executive Director, Alexander Stettinski. President John Bendheim added, "This event will bring the drive-in movie theater experience right to Beverly Hills' Greystone mansion and we're excited to celebrate this slice of Americana with the Beverly Hills community and our members. If you've ever attended a drive-in movie, you know it's both a fun and unforgettable experience."

O'Gara Coach Beverly Hills is the Presenting sponsor of the Drive-in Movie Night. Gold Sponsors are Wells Fargo, Sprint, and American Express OPEN. Silver Sponsors are Rothstein Kass, Northern Trust, and Eisner Jaffe Gorry Chapman & Ross. Bronze Sponsors are Endurance Artist Management at UBS, SSI, JP Morgan, Quick Foundation, B&A Management, Capital Group Private Client Services, Montage, Aon, and Ecology Control Industries. The event Media sponsor is Modern Luxury Angeleno Magazine and the Public Relations sponsor is 7 Second Strategies. The feature film is provided by Warner Bros.

For more information about this event, visit http://www.beverlyhillschamber.com/pages/Drive-InMovieNight or call 310.248.1000. Please note, all parking spots are currently sold out. Member Lounge Seating $150 | General Lounge Seating $200.

The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce has served as the voice of the Beverly Hills community since 1923. The organization is committed to promoting local businesses and consistently advocates for Beverly Hills' economic interests. The Chamber's diverse members form a community of savvy innovators and business leaders who are committed to ensuring that the Beverly Hills economy thrives.

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