Writer: The Roxy Theater an asset to Lebanon, Wilson County
To the Editor:I rarely ever write to newspapers, either to complain or to reward praise, but I feel compelled now though to reward some well deserved praise. I live in the country outside of our wonderful city of Lebanon. This is home. We, the people of Lebanon, have been so blessed by leaders with foresight to keep Lebanon growing and on the cutting edge of society. Along with those leaders we have been blessed with construction companies and banks to build the needed business places. One business place I would love to commend, however, is the Roxy Theater. It sits quietly in the southeast side of Lebanon, behind another fantastic place, Demo's Steak House. I have had the opportunity to use the Roxy Theater on occasion to view current running movies. I must say, compared to other theaters I have been to in the past, this one ranks #1. The staff is not only caring and attentive, but they are doing a service to our community. The nice thing is most of this staff is our young people. The manager of the Roxy Theater is Anita Sanders. I had the privilege of meeting her recently and let her know how I enjoy coming to this Theater. This theater is handicap accessible and for me that is a huge plus because I happen to be wheelchair-bound. They have places in each of the 11 theaters inside for wheelchairs to park and enjoy the movies, ample seating for others and simply a comfortable atmosphere. The restrooms are also accessible and clean. That is another selling point to me. I recommend everyone to take a few minutes of their busy time and spend it in comfort of the Lebanon Roxy Theater. You will find it is very enjoyable. Lebanon is truly blessed.Darrel NelsonLebanon
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