So he did, and by the middle of fall he started dyeing and stringing sticks for his customers.
While taking requests and selling his work on E-bay, he continued to share work with everyone through You Tube, Facebook, and Twitter.
In May of 2012 the business was starting to pick up and the East Coast Dyes fan base was rapidly growing.
Due to the increase in demand Greg formed a partnership with his twin brother Mike Kenneally.
In late 2011 after graduating from Elizabethtown College, Greg walked into his family room and announced to his roommates that he was going to make his own wax mesh.
Often he would stay up until 2am just to fill his orders himself.
By this time East Coast Mesh started to appear in retailers across the country.
Their deal was that Greg would ship the orders and Mike would make the mesh.
At the moment this would be a great hobby while they finished up graduate school for their masters in accounting.
Soon not even Mike and Greg could keep up with the demand, so they hired their long time friend Dave to help with the mesh making process.
The extra help from Dave was short lived as demand increased, so Ryan than joined the ECD team.