As working from home is becoming the norm, Busch Light is offering its fans a unique new work station. Announcing TreeWork, the outdoor co-working space, set deep in the Colorado woodlands.
Beyond the beauty of the Colorado wilderness, other amenities at TreeWork include a sleek and well-ventilated office space, powerful Wi-Fi, Busch Light happy hours, on-site grilling, campfires, and for those who work more than 9 to 5, guests can camp under the starlight.
“Busch Light champions all things outdoors because we know the powerful impact that simply being outside can have,” said Daniel Blake, Group VP, Budweiser & Value at Anheuser-Busch. “As the beer brewed for the great outdoors, we knew we had a chance to step in and create a co-working space that leverages the beauty of nature to help alleviate some of the stress and fatigue that have been impacting all of us. Whether you’re looking to get out of the house, the office or simply outdoors, TreeWork is the ultimate change of scenery to give you the refreshment you deserve.”
As Busch Light developed TreeWork, the brand’s extensive research found that some of the most well-known co-working spaces have succumbed to one fatal flaw — they’re indoors. TreeWork was founded on the ethos that virtually anything is better outside. In fact, research conducted by OnePoll suggests that 29 minutes spent outdoors results in a 45% increase in productivity.
This state-of-the-art workspace created by Busch Light is located at an undisclosed, highly-remote location. Maintaining the privacy and tranquility of our guests is paramount to the ethos of TreeWork. Interested guests can reserve a spot though a simple visit to busch.com/treework, where an intuitive guest-interface allows for spots to be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Submissions do not guarantee a spot and all guests will be subject to a background check.