06 Dec So, Who’s Actually Going to Escape Rooms?
Locked in a room for 60 minutes, racing a clock to solve some mysterious puzzles and clues. Sounds like an activity for young people training for a career in the FBI or CIA. Watch the video feeds from our control room and you will be shocked and amazed at who you see. While it’s true that Millennials are voracious consumers of this type of active entertainment, they only make up one segment of the different groups we see. Escape rooms are becoming a fantastic family activity and makes up 15-20% of the people coming in. Kids 12-18 have found a way to have fun with the parents once more. If the prospect of another family bike ride or game of Monopoly make you cringe, then give our escape rooms a try. You will laugh and squeal with delight as enjoyable family memories take form.
Another surprising consumer of escape rooms are corporations looking for team building experiences. If you’re think about quitting your job if you have to do one more exercise in the conference room and share how that “made you feel”, then start selling escape rooms to your boss now. Escape rooms are a great way to connect with coworkers, show the boss what you got, and give you something interesting to talk about at the water cooler. Of course groups of friends looking to have fun make up a good percentage of the customers seeking out escape rooms, but you would be surprised and at how many couples out on a date show up here. If you want to make a memorable impression on your date, escape rooms are the ticket. Get to know your date through interaction, communication, laughing, and solving things together. Who would have thought that it would bring you together more than sitting in a dark movie theater, staring at a screen, not talking? Married couples find our escape rooms a great way to bring some spark and life back into their relationships. So, get in on the fun. You are never too old to enjoy yourself and the companionship of friends and family. Start living your life to the fullest.
You haven’t lived, until you’ve tried to escape.