Monday is National Drive-in Movie Day.
On June 6, 1933, a group of people in New Jersey each paid 25 cents to park their cars in front of a movie screen for the first official drive in movie.
The tradition has taken off ever since.
While you don't see them too much anymore, there are still roughly 400 drive in theaters in the U.S.
In the Tri-State there are two remaining in Clermont and Hamilton County.
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