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Welcome to Star Trek: Into Darkness Giveaways!

Star Trek: Into Darkness promises to be one of the summer’s biggest hits and you can see it on the day it opens on the Bay’s biggest screen!   That’s right, the movie comes out on May 16th and you could can see it that day on the MOSI Imax Dome!  

Don’t win?  That’s ok, you can reserve your tickets now, Call (813) 987-6000 or visit Mosi at the link below.



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