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Northfield Drive-In Faces Big Decision

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Northfield Drive-In Faces Big Decision

The Northfield Drive-In is facing a big decision.  In order to stay in business, the outdoor movie theater needs to buy a $200,000 digital projector.  Owner Mitchell Shakour says he’s learning toward making the investment.  He’s currently touring other drive-ins that have made the transition.  The iconic theater on the New Hampshire border will celebrate its 65th birthday on Saturday.

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