Live Story: Week 9 – Farewell, Old Office!

We are excited for our move into our new offices, but we wanted to take a moment to look back at where we came from. For many of us, the old office is where we first started with Outhouse Games. For Bethany, Phil, and Chis, it was them making a huge jump into moving the company to a place they could call their own. Now that we are closing this chapter, we wanted to look back on some of our favorite memories of “the barn” as we start making new ones together as we continue to grow as a company.

“My favorite memories of the old office were the late nights hanging drywall, grinding concrete, and painting with my close friends, turning a dream into a reality. Thank you all so much for helping us make this “Barn” such an amazing place to work we couldn’t have done it without you.”

– Chris Borden

‘My favorite memories at the old office was watching Brandon and Marcy Paint our logo on the front of the building and the day when we all got together; pushed back all the furniture and played a bunch of Vive games.’

– Phil Bias

“I loved Remi’s birthday party, the Smash Bros. night for sure, and genuinely building a family environment with the most hard working, talented, and hilarious people around!”

– Bethany Borden

“One of my favorite memories was the backyard barbeque where we had drinks, ribs and games. As well as the good ol’ Broforce game sessions.”

– Matt Graham

“(I liked the) unstable internet that allowed constant Pokémon egg hatching and sitting on a pokestop all day.”

– Pam Werrell

“I enjoyed the constant activity that occurred outside of our window on OBT. One of my favorites was the motorcycle that caught fire. I have video of it somewhere. On a less violent side of cool memories, I really enjoyed the day we all stayed after and had the Smash Bros. game night.”

– Adam Flores

“I have a lot of awesome memories, but I think I loved the team building stuff the most. I loved playing Smash Bros. and proving I am pretty awesome. I always loved coming to the office because I got to hangout with so many cool people, do a job I love, and play a few games too.”

– Liz George