Park 60 Drive-In, which has been owned and operated by Belinda Eckman and her family since 2001, recently participated in Honda's Project Drive-In to acquire a new digital projector. However, the theater did not win one of the five projectors Honda gave away in the vote-based competition. But, Honda has decided to throw four more projectors into the competition, and will continue taking votes through Saturday.
In order to win the projector, Park 60 Drive-In needs votes, and there are two ways to do so: visit projectdrivein.com/vote_45 and by texting VOTE45 to 444999. Users can vote twice per day, every day, once via the website and once by text.
More information can also be found at www.post-journal.com/page/content.detail/id/626824/Saving-An-American-Icon.html.
Pictured above is the Park 60 Drive-In staff. Front row from left are: Brooke Morton, Sylvia Erwin and Belinda Eckman, owner. Middle Row from left are: Jenna Eckman and Katrina Jones. Back row from left are: Nathan Anderson, Robert Russo, Caleb Eckman and Tom Eckman.
Photo by Dana Nordlund
Park 60 Drive-In is located at 1529 Foote Ave. in Jamestown. For more information call 484-6060, visit www.park60.com or search for "Park 60 Drive-In" on Facebook.