In this day and age, it’s hard to imagine not having access to dating apps like Tinder or Bumble. However, one office in Washington may have just discovered the secret to finding true love – and it has nothing to do with swiping. Sen. Chuck Grassley’s office, located in Washington, D.C., has managed to facilitate a whopping 20 marriages since it was created in 1981. Impressive as that number is, it’s even more astounding considering the size of the office – a mere 34 staffers. So, how are these staffers managing to formalize relationships in droves? Although the exact approach is unclear, some speculate that the success might come down to the environment. According to Mary Hager, a former spokeswoman for Grassley, bustling with activity, the office has always been a “happy and friendly” place to work. Staffers are given “an incredible amount of support” in all areas of their lives, and a “larger sense of family”. Additionally, Grassley’s staffers are reportedly committed to putting their relationships first, no matter their job status. As Hager puts it, “It was very clear that [Grassley] wanted our personal lives to come first, and he wanted to make sure that we had the opportunity to pursue our happy personal lives fully, regardless of our job titles.” This level of care and attention has certainly contributed to the office’s notoriously high “relationship success rate.” It’s also a bonus to those of us looking for a meaningful connection outside the world of digital dating – take it from the 20 couples whose relationship flourished in Grassley’s office.