Regal Entertainment Group Celebrates National Popcorn Day With A Giveaway On Source: Regal Entertainment Group

Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE: RGC), a leading motion picture exhibitor owning and operating the largest theatre circuit in the United States, will celebrate National Popcorn Day with a chance to win $500 worth of free popcorn. Regal Crown Club members can register for the sweepstakes through Sunday, January 19 at

“Make memories this National Popcorn Day by enjoying a movie and popcorn at your favorite Regal theatre,” said Kelly Hawkins, vice president of loyalty marketing at Regal Entertainment Group. “Popcorn and movies have gone hand in hand since the 1920s, and Regal is celebrating this special day and tradition by offering $500 worth of popcorn to one lucky Regal Crown Club member.”

To enter the sweepstakes for a $500 Regal Cinemas gift card visit For a chance to win, Regal Crown Club members need only fill out an online entry form with their RCC account number through January 19. While online, Regal fans are encouraged to check out how other RCC fans enjoy their popcorn. Club members can share the link on their Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest accounts.

“As a leader in popcorn sales, Regal is excited to celebrate another National Popcorn Day across the country at our theatres,” said Rob Del Moro, Chief Purchasing Officer at Regal Entertainment Group. “Enjoying popcorn at the movies is a true American tradition and one lucky Regal Crown Club member will win enough popcorn for the year.”

During the month of January, Regal Crown Club members who download the mobile app will receive a mobile coupon for a free soft drink with purchase of any size popcorn just for joining. The Regal app is available for free for both iPhone and Android users. The Regal app also allows Regal Crown Club members to directly download their card straight to their smart phone for cardless access while on-the-go. Users can program their favorite theatre, gather movie information, select showtimes and purchase tickets through the mobile app.

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