Spanking new downtown business throwing “Office Space” party... prepare your stapler 

0

Spanking new downtown business throwing “Office Space” party... prepare your stapler 

View CaptionHide Caption
(left to right) Roomates Dylan Hester, Keith Coffey, and Nelson Jesudas watch their favorite scene from the movie Office Space on Hester's huge 8 foot wide screen. Parts of the film were shot outside Cirrus Logic, where the three work. Peter Yang/AAS

Time to break out your “flare” and at least one red stapler. 

Dayton Offices, 301 W. First St. in downtown Dayton, is hosting a free Office Space-themed grand opening party 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, May 16.

The 1999 cult classic written and directed by Mike Judge is about three office workers who hate their jobs.

It stars Jennifer AnistonRon LivingstonAjay NaiduDavid HermanGary Cole and Stephen Root. 

The movie includes the totally timely death of an office printer that had it coming and a long list of memorable lines that includes: 

“I'm gonna need you to go ahead and come in tomorrow.”

“It's not that I'm lazy, I just don't care.”

“I believe you have my stapler.”

  

via GIPHY

Dayton Office recently opened and bills itself as the

“Gem City’s first homegrown all-inclusive office space concept.”

Office space rental starts at $495. The business offers corner, window and interior space. 

“We’re giving small companies the resources of a big corporation for a good monthly rate. They get a receptionist, mailing address, internet, phones, conference rooms and parking for no additional charge,” Dayton Offices President Bob Posner said in a press release.

via GIPHY

Party-goers are encouraged to dress like Office Space characters during the family friendly party that includes music from local band Spungewurthy, food trucks, drinks and office space tours in and around Dayton Offices’ building. 

Awards will be given for best dressed.

via GIPHY

via GIPHY

Gary Cole and Ron Livingston in 20th Century Fox's Office Space - 1999 20th Century Fox
Ajay Naidu, Ron Livingston and David Herman express their frustrations with the corporate world in Mike Judge s 1999 comedy Office Space. Credit: Twentieth Century Fox HANDOUT
View Comments 0

Weather and Traffic