Brian (left) and Wes Neal had to turn away drivers from the sold-out show last Saturday at the Boulevard Drive-In Theatre in Kansas City, Kan. Owner Wes Neal started working at the theater in 1954, making $3 a night. Now 87, he continues to take tickets and roam the grounds, but he has handed over most of the business to his grandson, Brian Neal.
Brian (left) and Wes Neal had to turn away drivers from the sold-out show last Saturday at the Boulevard Drive-In Theatre in Kansas City, Kan. Owner Wes Neal started working at the theater in 1954, making $3 a night. Now 87, he continues to take tickets and roam the grounds, but he has handed over most of the business to his grandson, Brian Neal. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Brian (left) and Wes Neal had to turn away drivers from the sold-out show last Saturday at the Boulevard Drive-In Theatre in Kansas City, Kan. Owner Wes Neal started working at the theater in 1954, making $3 a night. Now 87, he continues to take tickets and roam the grounds, but he has handed over most of the business to his grandson, Brian Neal. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com