AWeber's new HQ has slides, full-time chefs and a biowall [PHOTOS] - Technical.ly Philly

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Mar. 27, 2013 10:30 am

AWeber’s new HQ has slides, full-time chefs and a biowall [PHOTOS]

Email marketing company AWeber moved to its Chalfont, Pa. office last December to accomodate growth, and while it's at 87 employees, it now has capacity for 350.

All photos courtesy of AWeber.

If you’re sick of the stairs, take the slide.

Yes, seriously. At AWeber‘s new Bucks County office, you can take the scenic route downstairs. We’re talking sailing down one of two slides at the email marketing company’s headquarters, next to its in-office waterfall and 20-ft. green bio-wall. And to think, AWeber was founded by Tom Kulzer in a two-bedroom apartment in York, Pa.

AWeber moved to its Chalfont, Pa. office last December from its former office in the Hungtingdon Valley to accomodate growth, and while it’s at 87 employees, it now has capacity for 350, said spokeswoman Liz Cies. The company was recently named one of the best places to work in the region, according to a survey.

Check the office out for yourself at AWeber’s April 30 open house. Scroll to the bottom for a behind the scenes video with Philadelphia muralist David Guinn, who painted a two-story mural (pictured below) for the company.

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A two-story mural by artist David Guinn. Read more about David Guinn and his recent talk at Ignite Philly 11 here.

Desks are fully adjustable to be a standing or sitting desk, and are on wheels so team members can move around based on projects, Cies said.

Desks are fully adjustable to be a standing or sitting desk, and are on wheels so team members can move around based on projects, Cies said.

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“Three full-time chefs prepare lunch every day for the entire team,” Cies said.

The game room, equipped with table tennis, pool, foosball, arcade games, video games and two theater rooms.

The game room, equipped with table tennis, pool, foosball, arcade games, video games and two theater rooms.

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An Interview With David Guinn, Mural Artist from AWeber Communications on Vimeo.

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Juliana Reyes

Juliana Reyes has been covering the Philadelphia tech scene since 2012. She's co-president of the Asian American Journalists Association Philadelphia chapter and a two-time Philadelphia News Award winner for "Community Reporting of the Year." The Bryn Mawr College grad lives in West Philly, likes her food spicy and wears jumpsuits often.

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