Rave Announces New Owner of Closed Maumee 18 PropertyWritten by Staff Reports | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Calvary Assembly of God purchased the Maumee 18 Theater on Conant Street.
The church plans to relocate from its current property on Glendale Avenue in the later part of 2011.
“Calvary believes in changing lives to change the world, said Chad Gilligan, lead pastor in a press release. “The purchase of a larger facility provides unlimited possibilities for the expansion of Calvary’s ministries and the involvement of the community. Calvary looks forward to having a community presence in this strategic location.”
The theater was closed by Rave Motion Pictures in July. Jeremy Devine, vice president of marketing for Rave, previously told Toledo Free Press that finding a tenant for the empty building was a priority for the company.
In a press release Rave said, “We are delighted that this long time local community based church has acquired the property. We wish Calvary Assembly of God great success in their future home.”