WeWork Is Going Back to the '90s in Partnership With National Geographic

No word on whether there will be Lisa Frank folders

Some WeWork locations are going back in time.

In partnership with National Geographic, a handful of WeWork spots in L.A., New York and San Francisco will be transported to the 1990s at the beginning of next month, to promote the network’s upcoming show, Valley of the Boom.

The partnership promotes National Geographic’s upcoming show, Valley of the Boom.

The six-part National Geographic series will make its debut Jan. 13 and will cover the leaders in tech during the rise of the internet age.

Some WeWork locations will undergo a transformation to accommodate a so-called Valley of the Boom Internet Café.

Desktop computers will feature old-timey games such as Oregon Trail and Tetris.


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