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About Gary & Kay Gilpin

The Team

Kay and Gary Gilpin are residents of Gulf Shores, having moved down from Atlanta in 2004. Actually Kay came first in 2002 and when Gary could not drag her away from Gulf Shores even for weekends, he sold he business and their home in Atlanta and joined her, first at the Beach Club and later in their home on the north shore of Little Lagoon. Along with their two labs, Bubba and Zucca, they enjoy the wonderful joy of living and working in paradise with longs views of the Lagoon and across west beach to the gulf. They both love to fish and Gary is an avid if not proficient golfer and both hope actually to find time sometime to enjoy those pastimes.. For now, at least, the views are good.
Professional Background

Partners in Great Southern Real Estate, Kay is a licensed broker and Gary a licensed sales person. Both are passionate about the business, working to provide professional support and personal insight to every client. Kay's background in design and Gary's in resort and real estate marketing make them a powerful team. They work the market constantly, keeping abreast of the changes locally as well the state and national issues in insurance and financing to provide their clients with as much information and support as they can provide.

They are both very active in the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber, donating their time to give back to the community to help it grow and prosper. Kay was awarded Amabassador of the Year for 2013 by the Chamber and Gary, now a member of the Chamber's Board of Directors, received a special award for his efforts in rebranding the chamber

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Gary & Kay Gilpin

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