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Regal Entertainment Group – Corporate policy bans guns at every location; expect to see a “no guns” sign at the entrance.

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Unlike AMC, they do not post a “no weapon” policy on their corporate website.  We called them and their telephone rep could not find the policy where she assumed it would be, on their “Admittance Procedures” webpage here – but she was certain that guns are banned from every theater.  They also claim to have the right to search you and your property for “safety” reasons as part of those procedures.

UPDATE – We received an email response to our inquiry about their policy from Jamie Miller of Regal, quoted below:

“March 04, 2013

Dear <2ACheck>:

Thank you for taking the time to communicate your concerns regarding our facility security policies. Please understand that Regal Entertainment Group, with the assistance of safety experts and law enforcement personnel, has developed policies and procedures designed to provide the safest environment for our guests and employees. Rest assured these policies and procedures are not designed with the intent to inconvenience or otherwise cause hardship to our guests. However, we believe these policies appropriate to assure the general safety of all guests and employees.

Please note all law enforcement officers, whether on or off duty, are exempt from our gun prohibition policy (2Acheck emphasis) in the theatre, as long as they identify themselves as such either by display of a badge or other identification upon request.

Again, thank you for taking the time to advise us of your concerns.

Customer Relations Department
Operational Services
Regal Entertainment Group

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Contact them:

Regal Entertainment Group
7132 Regal Lane
Knoxville, Tennessee 37918
Phone: 1-865-922-1123
Fax: 1-865-922-3188

Customer Relations: 1-877-TELLREGAL or 1-877-835-5734

Investor Hotline: 1-866-REGALEG or 1-866-734-2534

For press inquiries, call 1-865-925-9539

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