William Sims

William Sims

Work experience

Work experience
Jan 2006 - Present

Owner and Managing Member

STOR MOR Self Storage, LLC
  • Purchased and developed 14-acre building site, transforming the site from lumberyard to self storage facility
  • Developed 44,000 square feet of storage buildings as General Contractor, renovated existing office, installed security (cameras, gates), welded security fences, applied for and obtained all permits, fabricated and built signage
  • Researched, purchased, and installed all hardware and software, including customer service software and coded security gates
  • Implemented both business and marketing plans (advertising, etc.), including initial start-up
  • Manage day-to-day operations, including legal obligations of storing customer's personal belongings, customer relations, and auctions for delinquent accounts
  • Conduct day-to-day maintenance and repair
  • Account for all financials, including quarterly accounting, payables, and receivables
Mar 1999 - Present


Mike Sims Motorsports
  • Fabricate and build race cars from frame to race-ready
  • Renovate classic vehicles
  • Managed and Promoted the Super Truck Series at the world-famous Stockton 99 Speedway
  • Raced in many local series as a race car driver
Aug 1995 - Sep 2005


Sims Painting
  • Developed and managed the company, including licensing, equipment investment, customer relations, accounting, and advertising

  • Contracted with customers for specified work


  •  Supervised employees in preparation and application of product

  • Worked in conjunction with general contractors and interior designers to meet customers' requirements


Feb 1995 - Aug 1995

Contractor's License C33

Contractor State License Board, California, USA
Sep 1983 - May 1987


Turlock High School



Race Car Driver

I began racing Super Trucks as a hobby at Altamont Raceway Park in Tracey, California.  After several years, I began to fabricate and compete with cars of my own design.  In 2000 and 2001, I won the Pro 4 Truck Series championship.  In 2002 - 2004, I  worked in management and promotion at Stockton 99 Speedway in Stockton, California.  I am currently consulting for a start-up team which will compete in the Rolling Thunder Modified Tour in North and South Carolina.  

Welding / Computer-Assisted Design

I have been consistently using the skill of welding in motorsports applications, including chassis development and fabrication.  I have experience in stick welding, MIG, and TIG.    Most recently, I have applied this skill while fabricating a robot chassis for Team Spork 3196 in both the 2010 and 2011 competition season (FIRST Robotics).  In addition to simply welding, the process of development includes CAD design and water-jetting aluminum and steel to fabricate a working chassis and/or related parts.