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any installation designed to accommodate patrons in their automobiles

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USA Drive-ins has executed an agreement to partner with the iconic American restaurant experience Johnny Rockets.
Across the Sonic system, a total of 17 new drive-ins were opened in the fourth quarter, of which 14 were opened by franchisees, versus 25 new drive-in openings during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2010, of which 24 were franchise drive-ins.
16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on the overwhelming response from fans and communities across the country for Project Drive-In, Honda is adding four more digital projectors to its national effort to save drive-ins facing closure due to the end of 35mm film distribution.
Drive-ins first opened in 1933 to mass popularity and reached their peak after World War II during the 1950s and '60s when there were more than 4,000 across the country.
Drive-in movie theater operators say more than 200 of the remaining 348 drive-ins in the country have made the expensive conversion from film to digital, which typically costs more than $70,000.
Diners, Drive-Ins, Dives: The Funky Finds in Flavortown presents the musings and revelations of Food Network television chef and traveler Guy Fieri, whose prior three books on the topic have been best-sellers.
The drive-in movie is the answer to the sitter problem and to the downtown parking problem.
The immaculate flex space has high ceilings, three drive-ins, and a 100+ car parking lot.
PAC NW Drive-Ins operates and manages the Sonic restaurants in central Washington and north Puget Sound areas, up to the Canadian border.
Roadsides: Images of the American Landscape is both a black-and-white photography collection and a nostalgia tour of diners and cafes, bowling alleys and bars, drive-ins and motels across America.
Part biology lesson, part sideshow, part morality play, part medical 'shock footage'" writes Briggs, Mom and Dad "played continuously for 23 years, still booking drive-ins as late as 1977, and grossed an estimated $100 million.
In the rearview mirror of pop culture, drive-ins were mostly about those fogged-up windows.
Formerly owned by the manufacturer of the famous Debro reclining beach chairs, the property featured two freight elevators, two loading docks, two drive-ins and heavy power/heavy floor loads.
IN the words of film critic Joe Bob Briggs, viewed by many as the patron saint of drive-ins, ``They can burn us up.