Author Timothy Tobin’s new book “Limo Tim’s Story” is a lighthearted reflection on his military service and his experience as the owner of a Florida limousine company

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Recent release “Limo Tim’s Story” from Page Publishing author Timothy Tobin is an entertaining and only slightly fictionalized memoir of his post-military career as the owner of a limousine company. His reflections on the wide variety of celebrity encounters and slice-of-life experiences with the clients he met in the course of his work offer a highly entertaining account of modern American culture.

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Timothy Tobin, a Vietnam veteran, father, and grandfather who served twelve years in the Army as an illustrator, worked in the Pentagon during the Nixon administration, and is now retired after a lengthy career as an artist in the private sector, has published his new book “Limo Tim’s Story”.

The author writes, “What people will read is about what happens when a semi-redneck is conned into buying three limousines; the adventures he had with famous people and how he recovered paying for three limousines; how he kept a promise to a dying friend who was Dolly Parton’s old school mate; and how he helped Rob Thomas to be a star. You will find out that what goes on in a limousine can be hilarious. This story took twenty-five years to write, so don’t expect an episode two. He was asked by Disney to write this story!”
Published by Page Publishing, Timothy Tobin’s engrossing book is an entertaining based-on-a-true-story memoir of his experience as the owner of a limousine company in Sanford/Orlando Florida.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Limo Tim’s Story” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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