Feeling antsy these days? You’re not alone. The work from home grind has a lot of our days feeling even more monotonous than they did before. But have no fear because you can apply to escape to a pop-up outdoor coworking workspace in northern Colorado sponsored by Busch Light.
The brewing company is calling the coworking space ‘Treework’. The remote, secret location in Colorado is redefining what working remotely truly means by giving you access to the great outdoors while allowing you to remain productive. The workspace has all the amenities you need in an office with trees and nature replacing cubicle walls.
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Treework boasts a sleek and well-ventilated office space, strong Wi-Fi, grilling and campfires, and Busch Light happy hours. And if you decide that you want to stay a little bit longer, you also have the option of camping on site. Just imagine finishing up your workday, cracking a cold one, and lounging on one of the many Adirondack chairs before retiring to your tent under the stars. Definitely sounds better than your daily commute.
Best of all? You can apply now. Spots are given on a first-come, first-served basis, and require that you submit a background check. If you’re selected, you can attend on your own or bring a buddy for one or two day stays between October 4th-8th. And if you opt for one of the camping spots, you’ll be provided with free food and drinks.
So treat yourself and apply to work somewhere other than your Seattle WFH location. You can click here to apply and we recommend doing so ASAP. If you end up being selected be sure to tag us in any pics. Enjoy folks!
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