the building is huge 300,000 sq ft., We do exhibit design, everything is done in the building, we have engineers, 3d designers, graphic designers, production artists, ( then all the customer, HR, sales, also etc.) they make everything on site.
the overview shot, most of that is design and production work areas.
There are engineers, customer service, dealer service, sorters, etc. alot of the desks are not visable fromt he overview shot.
They dont like offices and cubicles here, there is only 4 offices in the whole building, the owners, and a few others. The owner is around everyonce in a while he has paid his dues, the president of the building has a desk just like ours on the upper level.
it is not as crazy as it looks the small overview picture kind of gets really distorted toward the back and looks like crap, The building is actually pretty quiet for the size.
'No Lois I am not drunk, I am exhausted because I have been up all night drinking.'
did you ever get them post it notes morea ? i've just done a promotional thing with them and have 4000 packs in the office, i could send you some [img]/DesktopModules/dotNetBB/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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