Miami Cineplex adds 3D capabilities


Not only is the Miami Cineplex the only theater in Ottawa County – it is now going to be the only theater with 3D capabilities!

Chief Tom Gamble of the Miami Tribe says “We were very excited in March of 07 when we opened the theater but today is even more exciting as we take the Cineplex to the next level in entertainment! The addition of a digital projector will not only allow for 3D movies but also allows the theatre to project events concerts and even gaming devices such as X-Box. The possibilities are endless!”

While 3D movies date back to the 1950s the modern technology is nothing less than state-of-the-art. The technology enhances the movie-going experience and 3D movies are the latest rage. This month Disney/Pixar is releasing UP a comedy adventure about a balloon salesman who ties thousands of balloons to his house to fly away only to discover an 8 year old Wilderness Explorer named Russell has surprisingly stowed away on the journey. Not only is Pixar releasing several new movies in 3D they are also set to re-release Toy Story and Toy Story 2 in 3D later this year.

Audiences viewing any 3D movie at the Miami Cineplex will be given a pair of 3D glasses. The cost to view a 3D movie will be an additional 2 to cover the expenses of the glasses. The glasses have circular polarized lenses each polarized differently which adds to the visual effect.

Chief Gambles adds “As a Tribe this is another opportunity for us to help promote Miami. To be able to offer 3D which isn’t available in Joplin or Grove is a tremendous asset to our community. We are pleased to be able to do this.”

May 29th will be the opening day for 3D at the Miami Cineplex in conjunction with the release of Disney/Pixar’s 3D movie – UP.

Miami Nation Enterprises purchase Service World Computer Center


Miami Nation Enterprises is pleased to announce the purchase of Service World Computer Center! MNE, a long time ServiceWorld customer looked at five companies in Oklahoma before approaching Doug Pitt, founder of ServiceWorld, about a strategic partnership late last summer.

Pitt opened ServiceWorld in 1991 to offer a range of traditional computer services primarily aimed at resolving network infrastructure and support issues. In the 17 years since, ServiceWorld has broadened its base with wide-area network security and video surveillance as well as wireless networking.

“If it resolves around your office PC, we can do it,” Pitt said. Pitt also says that ServiceWorld customers shouldn’t notice any changes. Pitt remains as President and Brent Pennell will continuing as Vice President and will be the point man at the company’s Springfield office.

Don Brady, CEO of Miami Nation Enterprises says there are plans to open several satellite office but specific details are not available at this time. “Our vision is to eventually be able to make the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma 100 percent self-sufficient,” Brady said. “Therefore, we strive to build a foundation of diversified businesses.”

Miami Nation Enterprises is owned by the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and oversees several businesses for the Tribe including Miami Tribe Entertainment casino, a newly build 4 screen Cineplex, a collection agency, a business supply store, a screen-printing and embroidery company, a Native American theme gift shop and a loan company in Kansas City.

Miami Cineplex Awarded New Business of the Year


The Miami Cineplex has been recognized by the Miami Chamber of Commerce with the New Business of the Year Award. This award was presented to the Cineplex on October 11, at a gala event hosted by the Chamber. Accepting the award was 2nd Chief Tom Gamble and Cineplex Manager, Jay Jay Claiborne.

Each year the Miami Chamber of Commerce honors the accomplishments of new businesses in the community. The selection committee reviews all new businesses and then narrows the selection to 3 finalists. The finalists are then contacted, more information is gathered and then these nominations are taken and voted on by the Chamber of Commerce Board. The winner is announced at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet.

“We were very excited that the Cineplex was chosen as the New Business of the Year”, states 2nd Chief Tom Gamble. “The Cineplex is an important part of our community and to be recognized by the Chamber for our contribution is an honor.”

The Miami Cineplex opened in March of 2007 and is the only Cineplex in Ottawa County. Four screens, state of the art DTS sound, stadium seating and a full concession area are just a few of the amenities of the Cineplex. A family friendly atmosphere featuring a party room and arcade also adds to the fun and excitement.