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Jan 2006Present

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 1999Present


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 1995Sep 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 1995Aug 1995

Contractor's License C33

Contractor State License Board, California, USA
Sep 1983May 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.  


Paul Sanford

I have known Maj. Sanford as he mentored my son in his journey to become a Para Rescue Jumper in the United States Air Force. 

John Moloney

Mr. Moloney and I worked closely within the parameters given by 2011 FIRST Robotics to facilitate students in the construction of a robot that operated in both autonomous and manual control modes. 

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