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Our 5 Year Anniversary!

Exodus just celebrated it’s 5 Year Anniversary and we couldn’t be more proud or excited!  The last five years have been full of amazing adventures and we look forward to seeing what the next five years will bring!  I’m going to take you back through the past 5 years of escape rooms and Exodus! Brief history of the industry: When we first opened in 2014, we were one of the few escape rooms in the country and the first escape room in Orange County.  At that point, very few people had heard of, let alone played, an escape room.  They were barely entering the public view and many people weren’t sure they wanted to experience one.  Fast forward five years and escape rooms can be found all around the world, as well as in popular media.  They have quickly become a popular experience and Exodus has been around since the

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5 Things We’re Thankful For

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we’ve been thinking a lot about what we’re thankful for here at Exodus.  Over the years, there have been some amazing moments and experiences, and we’re so happy to be able to have been a part of them!  Here are five things that we are extremely thankful for here at Exodus! 1) Working in a unique and exciting industry We are so grateful to be able to work in a field that we are very passionate about!  Being able to come into work and know that we are helping people have incredible experiences is so rewarding.  No day is ever the same and we are thankful to have the opportunity to do so many creative and different things! 2) Having an amazing team Here at Exodus, we are very lucky to have a very tight-knit team.  Coming to work and knowing that you will

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What Makes Us Thankful

What makes us thankful? In the world of Room Escape often it’s the little things. A group playing one of our rooms and telling us how much they enjoyed it… a fun day in the control booth… just generally feeling fulfilled by the strange and wonderful work we get to do. Other days it’s the big things. With the wildfires in California leading up to Thanksgiving, we’re thankful our employees are safe, thankful our places of business survived, and thankful for the tireless work of the brave people in the emergency services that protected us and our families in these scariest of times.  What’s interesting is that, in turn, these larger concerns make us thankful that we continue to experience the other little things that got us through the day previously. One of the survivors from Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger’s ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ said in a TED talk that, following the
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