"Having owned a small business since 1990, I'm quite skilled at a multitude of things including sales, visual merchandising, interior design, staging, marketing, managing, advertising, organizing, moving furniture, truck driving, event planning, and of course, multi-tasking. My many years in the profession, have given me knowledge about thousands of items from every era and their current market value. 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."
Kimberly Ann, a Hopewell native, lives and works in Petersburg and tirelessly promotes her adopted city. A Summa Cum Laude of James Madison University with a B.A. in Communication Arts, she's a community activist and enthusiast and the brainchild and organizer of many highly successful fundraisers and events in the arts and non-profit arenas. Kimberly Ann loves to write and is currently a columnist for the Progress Index newspaper and has conceived and authored several books and publications.
Her son, Sam Pinkleton, is a Tony Nominated theatre director and choreographer living and working in New York City. To read more about him, visit www.sampinkleton.com.
Kimberly Ann's 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, and a Richmond Times Dispatch Metro Business cover. Kimberly Ann was listed as THE PERSON TO KNOW in Petersburg in Richmond Magazine's 2009 360° View of the Region Issue.
Born and raised in Central Virginia, Mikey Fuller, Petersburg Pickers' Operations Manager, has an extensive background in antiques, interior decorating, IT, graphics, and web design. A lover of photography and writing, he has contributed to numerous publications including: Romantic Homes, Victorian Homes, and Vintage Holiday magazines. Formerly, he managed an area antiques mall and has served as an administrative assistant in the Greater Richmond Area. Mikey is also a pianist and organist and has served as a church musician for two decades. Currently he is the organist and choir director at Carson United Methodist Church.