Cinemas boost flood-aid effort

BIRCH Carroll and Coyle Ipswich is set to take part in a national charity day in aid of flood victims.

On Sunday, $2 from every ticket sold at the company's cinemas nationally will be donated to help victims of the flood disaster, with 80 per cent of money raised to go to the Queensland Premier's disaster relief appeal and 20 per cent to the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund.

Funds raised will be in addition to a cash donation to the Premier's Appeal of $100,000 already made by Birch Carroll and Coyle to help people in its home state of Queensland.

The $2 donation will be made by the company for every ticket sold at every session during the day, including those in Gold Class and Vmax and where movie screenings are in 3D.



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