I am a native of Eastern North Carolina with over 30 years of sales experience. I was born and raised in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Following college at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, I returned to Rocky Mount where I joined our family business Tom Bailey Motors. Tom Bailey Motors was a successful Mack Truck Sales and Service center. I served as sales and general manager as well as CEO of the company and have a proven track record of working with customers from small businesses and owner/operators to CEOs of Fortune 500 Companies. During this time I raised three incredible children and was actively involved in my community through the First United Methodist Church and other social and civic organizations such as the Tar River Kiwanis Club.
In 2003 we sold our family business and I moved to Atlanta where I spent several years as General Sales Manager for Nextran Truck Center, one of the largest Mack Truck retailers in the country. However, my roots have always been in North Carolina and in 2009 I returned to Beaufort, North Carolina where I became a licensed real estate agent, helping both buyers and sellers achieve their home ownership and sales goals.
This year I moved to Southport to be closer to my family and look forward to working in this vibrant and beautiful coastal region. I’m an avid sports fan; especially Georgia Football, Carolina Tar Heel Basketball and golf. I enjoy reading, technology and spending time with my family and dogs; especially my ‘Gran Dawg’ Griffin who is five and loves the Georgia Bulldogs. I love meeting new people and am committed to helping my clients with every aspect of their real estate transaction. I look forward to putting my experience to work for you!
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