Over the last year, all three of our locations – Atlanta, Indianapolis, and Vancouver – have moved into bigger, more functional offices. (Emphasis on the fun in functional!)
This week, we wanted to share a peek at our homes away from home, along with some cool facts about each city:
The last of the three to move, our Atlanta Clickers still head to the same office complex each morning, just one building over. Our new space is full of spots to gather and collaborate. (And it has an amazing view of the city!)
5 things you may not know about Atlanta
- There are over 55 streets with the name Peachtree.
- Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s busiest airport.
- It was once illegal to put an ice cream cone in your back pocket in Atlanta.
- Atlanta is home to The Varsity, the world’s largest drive-in restaurant. It serves more Coca-Cola by volume than anywhere else in the world.
- Known as the “City in a Forest,” The National Forest Service has recognized Atlanta as “the most heavily forested urban area in the country.”
Ok, our Indianapolis office is technically in Carmel – a northern suburb of Indy. The building is brand new and, being right off the Monon Trail, Clickers are a short walk from tons of restaurants including local favorite, Sun King Brewery!
5 things you may not know about Indy and Carmel:
- The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the largest sporting facility in the world.
- Carmel is consistently named one of the safest cities to live in Indiana.
- John Andretti, Mike Epps, Vivica A. Fox, Brendan Fraser, John Green, Benjamin Harrison, David Letterman, Ryan Murphy, and Kurt Vonnegut are all from Indianapolis.
- Carmel is home to 100 traffic roundabouts – but the very first roundabout built in Indiana is the famous Monument Circle right in the middle of downtown Indianapolis.
- Wonder Bread of Indianapolis was the first to publicly market sliced bread.
Vancouver Clickers have actually been enjoying their new office for about a year now – but it was a long time coming! Before this location, our Canadian Clickers were having to turn their heat off by reaching up into the ceiling!
5 things you may not know about Vancouver:
- Also called “Hollywood of the North,” Vancouver comes second in North America (after Los Angeles) in TV production.
- At 1,000 acres, Stanley Park is 10% larger than New York City’s Central Park.
- Vancouver has been named the third most livable city in the world, after Melbourne and Vienna.
- Vancouver is home to Canada’s longest pool. (Measuring 137.5 meters, it is nearly the size of three Olympic pools!) It’s a major tourist attraction and open year-round.
- 40% of Vancouver’s total population is made up of immigrants. Their historic Chinatown is one of the largest in North America.
If you’re ever in any of our neighborhoods, be sure to reach out! We’d love to give you an actual office tour and have a coffee (or beer!) with you.