The shop in a suburban Atlanta neighborhood is a hub for car enthusiasts who need a subwoostering shop, a car electrical sub shop, and a car repair shop.
The shop is home to a sub factory, a sub shop that specializes in subwoops.
Owner and builder Jason Schulz said he and his wife, Jessica, had a sub manufacturing business before they started this shop.
“We wanted to build a shop to have our subwoos serviced by an experienced mechanic,” he said.
The Schulzs started the business in the fall of 2015, having been looking for a sub for two years.
“We wanted something that would last for a long time, and the best part was it’s been a great experience so far,” Jessica Schulz, who runs the shop, said.
“The sub has really worked for us.
It’s been great for us.”
The shop’s owner and builder said the idea for the shop came from a conversation with his wife.
“She said, ‘If you can’t build your sub, can you build something else?’
So we built a shop and we have a sub workshop that we run,” he explained.
Jessica Schulz explained the shop was named for Jessica’s daughter, who died in 2012, and her grandson, who suffers from cerebral palsy.
The couple opened the shop with their daughter, Stephanie Schulz.
“I’m a big believer in people having their own dream.
I think that’s one of the great things about America, and that’s why I started this business, to have a dream that I could make a living out of,” Jessica said.
She said she believes sub manufacturing is a very important industry.
“Subwoofing is really important to a lot of manufacturers.
You have to have the right people, the right materials, the wrong tools, the proper materials, and of course the right time,” she said.
Jessica said the main challenge was finding a sub manufacturer who has the right skill set.
“My husband was always interested in sub manufacturing.
We talked about it and we worked on it and the work started,” she explained.
A few months ago, Jessica and her husband took their business public and sold it for $30,000.
“There are a lot more sub manufacturers out there,” Jessica added.
“This is the one place we know that we can do it,” she continued.
The couple plans to continue with the shop and plan to open another shop soon.
Jessica and her wife Jessica Schulz, left, with their son, Ryan, who was born with cerebral palsys.
Jessica says the shop is a place to learn about sub manufacturing and sub building.
They plan to have sub repair and sub maintenance.
Jessica added that she doesn’t see her business as an end-all-be-all for sub manufacturing, but rather a place for hobbyists to learn.
“It’s a great way to learn and get into it,” Jessica stated.
“It’s great for the hobbyist.
We can give you the parts, and it’s very easy to use.
It’ll be great for you.”
Jessica said she hopes her business can become a hub to help sub manufacturing continue.
“Our goal is to give the sub building community a place where you can go to get your sub and learn about it,” he added.
Jessica’s son Ryan, left.
Ryan, who has cerebral palsies, had cerebral palsitis when he was born.
He has a congenital heart condition.
Jessica explained that sub manufacturing has been a lifelong dream of her.
“When I was a kid, I was the only one in my family that had a mechanical sub.
So when my son was born, it really opened my eyes,” she recalled.
“When my son came along, it opened my heart, and I started to think, ‘I’ve got to get into this!'”
The Schulzes bought a Subaru Outback that they installed under the sub shop’s ceiling.
Jessica said the shop has been working with Subaru on sub manufacturing for several years.
The shop has become one of many for sub manufactures in the area, which includes the Subaru dealer in the Atlanta suburb of Sandy Springs.
“If you see the Subaru dealership and the Subaru shop, it’s not just for the Subaru.
It is for Subaru sub, too,” the dealership owner said.
The dealership, like most other sub manufacturers in the metro area, has an online store.
The Schulses even have a Subie website.
“The sub shop is our headquarters,” Jessica explained.
“Subie is a little thing, but we do a lot to support them and give them a little support.”
Jessica also said she wants the sub manufacturers community to know that they are an important part of sub manufacturing.
“We want to give back to the sub community.
We’re giving the sub industry a chance.
We want them to know, we support them, and