Decurion’s other operations include swap meets (or flea markets), a drive-in movie theater, and mini-storage facilities
Pacific Swap Meets
Pacific Theatres started its first swap meet at The Orange Drive-in in 1963 and now owns and operates three swap meets in LA County (the San Fernando, Vineland, and Foothill swap meets) and one in Hawaii (the Kam swap meet).
More information is available at www.pacifictheatresswapmeets.com.
Vineland Drive-In & Swap Meet
This drive-in movie theater has operated in the City of Industry, California for 60 years. The only drive-in in the Los Angeles/Orange County area, the Vineland operates every night. The swap meet opened in 1984 and operates seven days each week, year round, with more than 600 vendor spaces and a weekly average of 25,000 shoppers. It features two restaurants and several food cart operations, entertainment every Saturday and Sunday, and free parking.
Mini-Pac has locations in San Pedro, California and Honolulu, Hawaii. From 700 self-storage units in 1992, Mini-Pac has grown to more than 3,000 units in approximately 37 convenient sizes in state-of-the-art indoor storage facilities featuring individually alarmed units, computer-coded entry, and fire suppression with individually sprinklered units.
More information is available at www.mini-pac.com.