FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Walnut Creek shared workspace opens its business lounge for those who want to skip the morning rush.
Walnut Creek, CA July 1, 2013: Commuters stranded by the current BART strike may find an alternative to braving the morning traffic rush just two blocks away from the Walnut Creek BART station. Laptop Lounge is a shared workspace and community for business owners and entrepreneurs opened in July 2012. As a gesture to the local community’s commuters, they are opening their comfortable, cool and modern business lounge to workers who need to get started on their workday, but don’t wish to battle the worst of the strike-induced morning commute.
All this week, as long as the BART strike continues, stranded commuters can drop in to Laptop Lounge between 8:30am-10:30am to enjoy complimentary high-speed wi-fi and coffee in their comfortable business lounge. Founder and President, Victor Mataraso says, “We are pleased to provide the opportunity for BART commuters to skip the worst of the morning rush and have some productive time for their morning instead of sitting in traffic.” Those who wish to work the remainder of the day may purchase a day pass at the discounted member rate of $25.
Laptop Lounge is a shared workspace and community for business owners and entrepreneurs offering a relaxed, yet professional business lounge, and professional support services including business address and mail, private meeting space and live telephone Receptionist services. Located at 1701 N. California Blvd. in Walnut Creek, more information is available by calling (925) 482-8300 or visiting their website at www.LaptopLounge.biz.