What is an escape room?
They’re a new, interactive way to use your brain, work with a team, and try to complete your special mission.
Your team will be put into a room full of puzzles, and given a set amount of time to discover the way out. Find clues, solve riddles, decipher codes to make your path through the tasks before you. It’s like completing challenges in a video game, but instead of watching a screen, you’re doing it in real life! The keys are within your reach.
Build your team out of your family, friends, or co-workers to tackle the room’s challenges and unlock its secrets before time runs out!
Who we are
Drew Hillertz - Drew is an avid escape room enthusiast and former educator that will be able to use those skills to further Fuzzy Logic Escape Room's success. Graduating from Luther College with a bachelor’s degree in music education, Drew spent years after college working with students of all ages, helping them unlock their potential and learn to work as a group to achieve the common goal of musical performance. In addition to contributing to the general operations and design aspects of Fuzzy Logic, Drew also will use his background in learning styles and brain theories to encourage groups to think about how their escape room experience parallels their everyday lives, and how they can use the information they learn about themselves through our rooms to their advantage.
Tommy Tran - Tommy is a pharmacist, tinkerer and amateur psychologist. Tommy graduated from Purdue University with a bachelor’s degree in pharmaceutical science and a doctorate of pharmacy. His off hours were occupied by part-time IT work and his weekends were spent navigating the logistics of wrangling freshman volunteers. His current position has him managing a small team, delivering high quality patient care, and implementing constant process optimization in response to service improvement initiatives. Never one to back down from a challenge, Tommy will apply his scientific background and managerial experience to deliver a immersive and authentic escape room experience for players and a quality and engaging working environment for its staff.
Brian Power - Brian is a product manager for business-to-business software solutions, amateur hockey player, and motorcyclist. He brings a background in business with a focus on user experience and marketing. He's a graduate of the University of Iowa with bachelor's degrees in mathematics and computer science. Since graduating, Brian has worked in software development, moving from development to product management and leading teams to deliver customer satisfaction. With this background, Brian will focus on marketing and how to express the unique experiences Fuzzy Logic will be providing. As someone who is looking for a new and exciting challenge, Brian is excited to keep the escapee experience first and foremost for all guests of the business.
Jayson Mamaclay - Jayson is an experienced businessman, a licensed CPA, and a creative artist and brings to the table a corporate expertise that will assist in Fuzzy Logic Escape Room’s success. A New York University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Jayson was previously a corporate financial auditor and a talent management consultant. Given this, he will take primary responsibilities around overall business development and coordination, financial projections, planning, and reporting, and HR policies. Jayson also has skills in graphic design and will aid in other business activities, such as logo development or room design drafting. As an escape room enthusiast himself, he has found that skills developed to observe, identify, and associate critical information to progress in an escape room are not dissimilar to those needed to do the same to develop a successful team and a successful business.
Andrew Sandage - Andrew is an experienced system administrator, DIY-er, and technical developer who is excited to contribute his experience in Information and Computer technology that will help Fuzzy Logic Escape Room's success. Andrew graduated from the University Of Arkansas with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and is currently a lead technical administrator, spanning both operations and day-to-day maintenance and troubleshooting as well as development to prototype new solutions. With this pool of knowledge, he will be part of the daily operations and creation of new room experiences and challenging puzzles through creative logic and use of technology. An avid escape room player himself, Andrew’s experiences from other rooms and ability to dissect puzzle patterns and connections will help to develop and revise puzzle ideas that will challenge teams’ abilities to succeed and entertain players in fun ways.