Sim Hankerson

Co-Owner and CEO

Sim brings the intuitive nurturing component to Vintage. She's responsible for employee moral, design direction, company welfare, and occasionally, ass whooping.

Greg Hankerson


Greg is head of product / website design, marketing, and coupon clipping. He's driven to find niches, create things people love, and save the planet. He also has a love for potato chips.


Office Manager

Lorie takes her role as the office manager seriously, she’s stern, honest, and kind. She strives to recognize her wisdom and utilize it in a way that can help others, whether it’s advice, problem solving, or just brightening the day up when someone is down. She one day wants to retire from Vintage. She's in charge of the admin staff and finances, as well as fostering kittens and puppies which she regularly brings to work so we can play with them. Meow...


Production Manager

Jeff is an artistic, humorous, and kind man with many talents. Not only does he create the wood table tops for Vintage Industrial, but he also creates custom guitars in his spare time. He loves “everything” about his job, “ you can’t narrow it down to one thing, it’s everything as a whole.”



Elijah is our lead fabricator and he's an artist. “It’s fulfilling to work on our pieces from start to finish, it’s not an assembly line, it gives us the sense of designing it.”


Jack of All Trades

Eric is the guy we go to when anything needs to be fixed. He's a mechanic by trade, and loves to learn how things work. Eric has worked almost every position in the shop, and is now learning the CNC machine.



Domonick is a passionate and honest person that values the creativity, art and self expression that shines through the pieces he builds. He emphasizes his appreciation for the family atmosphere at Vintage Industrial and how everyone is supportive of each other, “in all aspects support is to make sure no one gets left behind – family, friends, coworkers, or random people – whether it’s moral, spiritual, mental, or physical support.``


Project Manager

Jim has the daunting responsibility for shipping large and very heavy items everyday. He enjoys the people he works with, how generous Sim and Greg are, and the atmosphere they created at Vintage Industrial. “Being family orientated is very important to them. When you are down, family and friends pick you up, it’s the same in our workplace. If it’s a bad day or even if you’re just needing help, we help each other out with our tasks, even if it’s not our job.”