"Having owned a small business for over two decades, I'm quite skilled at a multitude of things including marketing, managing, advertising, organizing, and of course, multi-tasking. Petersburg Pickers has enabled me to have fun while helping my clients buy and/or sell their possessions. Whether downsizing, moving or just cleaning out, call me at 804-586-1633. We specialize in Estate Liquidations and host GIANT tag sales in our 10,000 square foot warehouse in Old Towne Petersburg every other Thursday thru Sunday. We "pick" the contents of houses, attics, basements, garages, closets, sheds, yards and gardens, mini-storage units and more! We have a highly professional full time staff and a fleet of vehicles to get any job done in record time!" Kimberly Ann lives and works in Old Towne and tirelessly promotes her adopted city of Petersburg. She is the brainchild and organizer of the highly successful Parada Memorial Fundraiser, Thursday Night Thunder Car & Bike Show, Art Underfoot, Work Places and Living Spaces Tour, the Petersburg Real Estate Fair, the Faces of Old Towne marketing campaign, Art that Speaks Volumes and the partnership between Virginia State University and the City of Petersburg that resulted in the college's logos being painted on the Homecoming Parade Route on Sycamore St. Kimberly Ann is the mother of Sam Pinkleton, a theatre director and choreographer living and working in New York City. To read more about him, visit www.sampinkleton.com. Kimberly Ann graduated Summa Cum Laude from James Madison University with a B.A. in Communication Arts. Her work experience includes Retail , where she was a buyer for Miller & Rhoads, Personnel Recruiting for Kogen Personnel and Manpower, Outside Sales for ADVO Systems, Inc., and Sales and Production at WHAP Radio. Kimberly Ann and her business endeavors have been featured in national, regional, state, and local publications as well as television and radio broadcasts promoting her many projects and causes. Her efforts have resulted in many articles and stories on Petersburg, an episode of What You Get For The Money on HGTV, a Richmond Times Dispatch Metro Business cover and even a stint as a local newspaper columnist. Kimberly Ann was listed as THE PERSON TO KNOW in Petersburg in Richmond Magazine's 2009 360° View of the Region Issue.
Mikey comes to us with an extensive background in antiques, interior decorating, IT, graphics, web design, and business administration. He is an avid Blogger, photographer, and writer. His work has been published internationally both in print and on-line. His home has been featured 3 times in Romantic Homes Magazine, and he has written articles for multiple Beckett Media publications. His quirky, yet elegant since of style and ability to transform junk into something fabulous is a great asset to our team. Formally he managed The Oak Antique Mall and has served as an administrative and legal assistant in high profile law firms in the Greater Richmond Area. Mikey is also a talented pianist and organist, serving as organist and choir director at Carson United Methodist Church and has performed at many Special Events, Weddings, Fund Raisers, Corporate Events, Parties, Concerts, and more for over a decade. Find out more about Mikey at www.MikeyFuller.com.
Geordie, is a Colonial Heights native & 4 time letterman at Colonial Heights High School. There he played lineman & linebacker for the football team. He was also on the baseball team. After High School, Geordie went on to double major in Physics & Applied Math at Hampden-Sydney Collage. In addition to his Petersburg Pickers duties, he works part time at Wagstaff's Steakhouse.
A Dinwiddie native, Zach, a former MP for the Navy comes to us after several years working in sales, security, and finance. He is the proud father of a rambunctious toddler. He loves the water, traveling, and video games. Zach is our most recent addition to the Petersburg Pickers staff!
Justin, a graduate of Thomas Dale High School, recently returned to Virginia after living in Colorado. He played lineman & linebacker for TDHS' football team until a shoulder injury put him on the sidelines. He loves the outdoors, including mountain climbing and hiking. He plans to hike the Appalachian Trail.
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