Are you looking to escape during your lunch break?
On Friday, Feb. 3, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Chamber will host its inaugural “Chamber Lunch Escape” at Electric City Escape, 507 Linden St., Scranton. This exclusive, member-only “Super networking” event is designed as a large team building exercise where participants will have to work with others to solve the “NEPA” virus and make it to lunch.
“Escape rooms are becoming more and more popular, especially with the millennial generation,” said Mari Potis, director of membership and events. “We wanted to try something different and encourage our members to network and team build in a fun and exciting way. The Chamber Lunch Escape will give our members the opportunity to meet each other in a unique setting and use their unique skills to work together to solve the NEPA virus challenge. It’s a great way to spent a Friday lunch break.”
Participants in escape rooms are locked in a room where they have to find clues, break codes and open locks in a series of puzzles within a 60-minute time frame. The puzzles challenge participants’ wit, patience and problem-solving skills to beat the clock.
The Chamber Lunch Escape is $25 per person and is limited to the first 27 paid registrants and two people per company. For more information or to register, click here.