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Snag discounted access to Endeavor’s fully-equipped workspaces

With the new Study Hall Pass, students and professionals can enjoy Endeavor’s quiet + bright co-working spaces, complete with an executive gym.

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Colorful couches in the lobby at Endeavor Greenville.

Whether you’re tired of working at home or aren’t a fan of noisy coffee shops, Endeavor could be the perfect spot to boost your productivity.

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As a writer, I spend a large chunk of my day crafting content, and having a quiet space to focus is key to meeting deadlines. You might be familiar with Endeavor — a membership-based, collaborative coworking space downtown. But did you know that you can enjoy discounted access with their new Study Hall Pass?

What we tried:

Step inside Endeavor’s lobby and you’ll notice how vibrant it is. From the copper pennies adorning the ceiling to the windows overlooking downtown, the space feels open and welcoming. Communal areas surrounded by colorful artwork + comfy couches provide places to work, eat, or have a chat.

I used my Study Hall Pass to spend a day working at Endeavor. Shannon Wilbanks, Managing Partner at Endeavor, gave me a tour of the sprawling 20,000-sqft space, before I settled in for an afternoon of productivity.

People working in The Sandbox, Endeavor's designated quiet zone.

Let’s get to work, GVL.

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What not to miss:

I spent most of my time powering through tasks inside The Sandbox, Endeavor’s quiet zone. WFH has its perks, but let’s be real — it’s easy to get distracted. Thanks to the Sandbox’s cozy + quiet environment, I was laser-focused in knocking out my to-do list.

Bonus: I could plug my laptop into large monitors, just like my at-home setup.

For my afternoon Zoom meeting, I popped into one of the private phone booths for some privacy. Afterward, I refilled my coffee from their bottomless selection and went right back to work.

A private phone booth inside The Sandbox.

Say goodbye to distractions in The Sandbox.

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What we’re still talking about:

Fully equipped with everything needed to break a sweat after a long day, Endeavor’s convenient on-site gym features state-of-the-art equipment + spa-like changing rooms. Need a mid-day movement break? Set up your laptop on one of the treadmills (like a standing desk) to walk while you work.

Bonus: Endeavor’s gym is rarely crowded, so you can get right to your workout.

Rows of workout equipment inside the executive gym at Endeavor Greenville.

One of the best perks at Endeavor is the executive gym.

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How you can experience this:

If you’re a student or professional in need of a focus boost, or simply looking for a change in work environment, Endeavor’s Study Hall Pass is an affordable option right in the heart of downtown.

Things to know if you go:

  • Experience: Afternoon Study Hall Pass at Endeavor Greenville
  • Price: $10 for students; $12 for professionals (additional discounts available with bulk purchases)
  • Website: Endeavor Greenville
  • Address: 1 N. Main St., 4th floor
  • Hours: Monday-Friday, 1-5 p.m. (regular hours 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.)
  • Social: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube

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