Zipcar, Showtime Offer Drive-In Screenings

Photo via Zipcar's website.
Photo via Zipcar's website.

Zipcar and Showtime are collaborating for the second time to offer Zipcar members the opportunity to attend a complimentary drive-in screening of Showtime’s “Ray Donovan.”

Zipcar customers can attend an advance screening of the first two episodes of “Ray Donovan,” prior to the season three premiere on Sunday July 12.

In 2013, Zipcar and Showtime teamed up for similar drive-in screenings. This year, Zipcar members in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Portland, Ore., New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C. will have the chance to attend this special drive-in screening in their Zipcars on Wednesday July 8 at 8:00 p.m.

The drive-in events will take place at top-secret locations to be revealed the week of the screening. Zipcar drivers and passengers will be treated to free concessions including food trucks or catering, a photo booth and an opportunity to take photos in luxury cars, according to the company.

"This exclusive drive-in screening is yet another example of the benefits of being a Zipcar member," said Brian Harrington, Zipcar’s chief marketing officer. "Drive-in movies are the ultimate outdoor summer activity to be enjoyed with family and friends — and Zipcar gives you the freedom to get you there."

To reserve a car and a space for your local screening, visit www.zipcar.com/drivein.

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