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LAST DAY: Save Elizabethton's drive-in theatre, your votes needed

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If you want to save Elizabethton's drive-in theater, today is your last chance to vote - in a national campaign - to keep it from fading to black. 

Later this year, movie studios will stop distributing 35-millimeter films and productions given to cinemas will be all digital. 

This leaves Stateline Drive-In Theater in a tight spot to upgrade their equipment. The cost: Almost $80,000. But the drive-in can still pull through.

Honda says it wants to "preserve this iconic part of the American car culture." So its launched an effort to save drive-ins across the country by starting "Project Drive-In". The 5 winners with the most votes get brand new digital projectors. "

Just go to their website projectdrivein.com and vote until midnight. 

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