MARIETTA, GA — It’s a common phrase to hear entrepreneurs speak on taking the “leap,” a crucial move in launching any business. Imagine, though, starting that venture right at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
That’s exactly what happened to one husband and wife duo who purchased a DIY art studio in early March in Marietta, located at 3960 Mary Eliza Trace. Michelle and Steve Gormally became the new owners of Project Studio, which was created in 2016.
“We knew the coronavirus was present, we knew there were a couple of cases in the U.S., but we had no idea we were going to have to shut down,” Michelle told Patch in an interview.
“Going into the pandemic, you have no idea how bad it’s going to get, you just kind of have to go for it,” Steve said.
They told themselves that “even if we don’t see the fruit