Listrak invites public to see new Silicon Valley-inspired HQ
Local residents who have ever wondered what it would be like to work somewhere like Facebook or Google will be able to get a small taste of the Silicon Valley lifestyle when Listrak opens its new headquarters to the public next week, the Lancaster County digital marketing firm said Tuesday.
Listrak plans to hold an open house June 22 from 4 to 7 p.m. at its new Warwick Township facility. The 93,000-square-foot space includes amenties like a cafe, on-site gym and an open floor plan for 300 Listrak employees.
The firm purchased the 27-acre parcel, located at 100 W. Millport Road, from Sechan Electronics in 2015. Crews broke ground on the new building in 2016, and employees who previously worked out of several offices in Lititz Borough and Manheim Township moved into the facility this April.
The space lets the firm's Pennsylvania employees work under one roof and provides space to accommodate an additional 300 workers as the company expands.
"Lititz has been extremely good to us, so rather than relocate to a 'tech corridor' like Silicon Valley, New York or even King of Prussia, we remain committed to the area," Listrak CEO and co-founder Ross Kramer said in a news release.
Even though it's geographically thousands of miles away from Silicon Valley, the company took cues from the likes of Facebook and Google as it designed its new workplace. The design includes teleconferencing capabilities, as well as the onsite gym and cafe'.
That cafe, known as The Hub, is managed by TFB Restaurants. TFB also operates Annie Bailey's Irish Pub in Lancaster and Gravie Kitchen + Commons at Rock Lititz Pod 2.
Next week's open house is free and open to the public and will include guided tours and light refreshments. An invitation-only VIP event will take place earlier in the day.
More information is available here: https://listrakopenhouse.eventbrite.com.