Mike Gilmore

South Carolina
Literary Goals:
Retire & Write

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About Me

At 15 years of age, I started working for his uncle’s wholesale firm selling candy and tobacco products to small, family owned grocery stores, gas stations, and restaurants. At 23 I became the general manager. It was a male dominated business at the time, and I worked with men who had lived through the Great Depression and World War II. From their personal lives, I learned the work ethics I still uses today.
In 1986, I shifted to the wholesale electrical and plumbing distribution business where I started to learn his current trade. I filled positions as operation manager, branch manager, and regional branch manager in Ohio, Florida, and finally the coastal area of South Carolina.
In 2003, I took a position with one of the world’s largest and most respected manufactures of plumbing fixtures for both residential and commercial products. I worked as an account manager, market development specialist, and now as a national account manager, servicing only one trade distributor that covers the United States, Mexico, and Canada with a sales force of over 1,100 associates.
I am the author of the six “Levels of Power” novels featuring United States Senator Randy Fisher. I released a little gem called “The Toilet Salesman…The Oh So Necessary Guy”. The book covers incidents from 25 years of selling plumbing and electrical products.
In between the Levels of Power novels, I started the SLED Investigation series with The Lace House Murder and The Capital Center Murder. With my wife Cheryl, we wrote a science fiction novel titled 12♂24♀36. The Tales From the Azalea Cottage is a collection of short stories that offers a break from the every day tensions.
I live with my wife and two cats in South Carolina. Their names are Pokey and Pepper.

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