ABOUT

How we began

Project: Escape’s story started in October of 2015 when the Woods family took JR to play an escape room for his birthday. After which, JR decided that they should open their own.Two months later they signed the lease for Project: Escape. In January of 2016, Savannah quit her job to focus on Project: Escape full time. In March 2016, Project: Escape officially opened, and things took off! In September of 2016, JR retired from being a general contractor after being in the business for 25 years to continue his work full time at Project: Escape.

How we began

Project: Escape’s story started in October of 2015 when the Woods family took JR to play an escape room for his birthday. After which, JR decided that they should open their own.Two months later they signed the lease for Project: Escape. In January of 2016, Savannah quit her job to focus on Project: Escape full time. In March 2016, Project: Escape officially opened, and things took off! In September of 2016, JR retired from being a general contractor after being in the business for 25 years to continue his work full time at Project: Escape.

Savannah

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JR

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Brandy

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Meet the Team

Meet the Team

Hannah

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More about Hannah

Hannah is our British senior strategical manager of the first division. As such, her role is vital in our day to day operations. She also handles the bulk of our graphics and logo designs, as well as large sign and print jobs. When she game-masters, she takes a soft yet tactile approach to making sure everyone has a great time!

Beans

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More about Beans

Beans does NOT mess around, in the kitchen or the Escape Room!

She is also probably the most delightful front host person you would meet, she enjoys being anywhere near puppies or music or both, and can run the front desk or your Murder Express game like a pro. Her clues come hot and ready, served in abundance, just like BEANS.

Amber

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More about Amber

Amber is our social media coordinator. She handles Graphics, Flyers and Instagram, and can run your Vault, Knights Quest or Murder Express with a creative approach!

Sydney

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More about Sydney

Sydney loves to draw and play board games, she is also majoring in the nursing program at Kennesaw so she will be sure to take care of you when she runs your games!

Rachel

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More about Rachel

Hi, i’m Rachel! I’m in love with musical theater and in my free time I love to dance and hang out with friends! I’m a Game Master here at Project, it’s a pleasure to meet you! (:

Caroline

More about Caroline

Hello, I’m Caroline! I’m the newest gamemaster at Project Escape. I absolutely love escape rooms, and I think I’ve done about 50 of them. I also love to read and play soccer. I am so excited to be working at Project Escape!

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Why we do

What we do

What began two years ago as a gifted family birthday outing from daughter to father became much more than an occupation — it became a passion for the Woods’ family (husband and wife team Brandy and J.R., daughter Savannah and four-legged furry grandson and company mascot George)…

‘We all live in Hell, but we have to forget about that right now, because a bomb might go off…’

We were reviewed by the Imagine Games Network, also known as IGN Entertainment

If adventure is your thing…

Our customers are

Why we do

What we do

What began two years ago as a gifted family birthday outing from daughter to father became much more than an occupation — it became a passion for the Woods’ family (husband and wife team Brandy and J.R., daughter Savannah and four-legged furry grandson and company mascot George)…

‘We all live in Hell, but we have to forget about that right now, because a bomb might go off…’

We were reviewed by the Imagine Games Network, also known as IGN Entertainment

If adventure is your thing…

If you’re new…

We got Tips!

We got Tips!

Follow the rules… Your game master can see and hear you at all times!

Communicate! Teamwork is a MUST!

Explore! Don’t be afraid to rummage around!

Divide and Conquer. Don’t be a peewee soccer chasing the ball. There can be multiple puzzles to work on at any given time.

Different people excel at different puzzle types. If you get stuck on the same puzzle for awhile, invite someone else to look at it for a fresh take on it!

The most obvious answer is usually the correct one.

If there are children in your group, do not underestimate them. They can see things in ways that you cannot.

These rooms are meant to be challenging, don’t be disgruntled if you do not escape.

If you are working with strangers, don’t fret! You have a statistically better chance of escaping!

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