www.supermarketguy.com, "The Supermarket Guy", "The Supermarket Guy II: Rise of the Market Overlord", and due out this October for 2013, "The Supermarket Guy III: Supermarket Dominium". Great humor books, which can be found right here on Amazon, Barnes, or any internet book provider throughout the world!!!
The Supermarket Guy is a hilarious story that takes you on a Ferris wheel ride of fun and unexpected twists and odd situations. In the end, it offers that sort of spirit and camaraderie that truly makes any country great. It’s people looking after its people!
The Supermarket Guy, known as Harold, starts his normal routine off to work at his uncle’s grocery store, causing a few destructive incidents at work. Unfairly blamed for the chaos created at the grocery store, he gets demoted. While having to suffer profusely watching his alcoholic rival take charge of the store, he makes his best attempts to please his new master.
With love in full blossom at the time- love is always on Harold’s mind- he mistakenly meets up with a high-class hottie named Shelly, which changes a lot of things for the better. At the same time, an investment opportunity with an old friend conjures up future fortunes. Life seems to be looking up for old Harry- or is it just a ‘mirage at the market’?
Can Harold stomach entering into his workplace demoted just when meeting his new high-class love interest?
Being the sequel to “The Supermarket Guy”, Harold finds himself with the new title as Chief Executive Officer of a once great supermarket chain. It is a humorous story of subtle espionage, and of big shot comedy.
Harold is now faced with the daunting challenge of repairing the franchises near bankruptcy state. When at the helm, he finds things that are much out of place. Not only having to deal with difficult, demanding personality issues in the boardroom, he also finds that the quarterly expense and sales figures do not properly add up. Needless to say, the products that are on the shelves are, of substandard quality.
With the added competition of the JoAcadou Mart, the competing CEO will not give Harolds’ supermarket chain a chance to breath from the mire of its red ink. The situation becomes perilous at times, when this rival CEO by the name of Jon Acadou, will stop at nothing to force him into selling his company!
Will a free feed of bologna sandwiches be enough to sway boardroom members to continue with the status quo? Can his security guard, who has only 1 out of his 9 lives left, capture the spy and bring a quick closure to a diabolical plan launched to destroy the chain forever?
Part 3 due out this fall:
Who could you count on, if the police, military, and the village shaman could not save you from an impending doom?
"The Supermarket Guy 3: Supermarket Dominium" is the zany continuation of "The Supermarket Guy" series.
The story starts off with a business as usual atmosphere, until sales begin to drop off dramatically at the supermarket chain. With no apparent reason given by his wisest advisers for his supermarket's chain slump, the CEO Harold Wannapus, heads home to do some left over yard work.
Little does he know, his old rival Jon Acadou has the answer to his sudden misfortune and unpopularity. Breaking out of a maximum security prison, he finds Harold trying to beautify his near zoo like yard. Both men must now team up together to stop Acadou's powerful son, and the Edmundo mart from totally dominating the world. This fearsome invincible team has its own ups and downs. Harold blames Acadou for several near death experiences on his fumbling along the way, but reluctantly turns a blind eye as the two combine forces to save the planet from total destruction!
Along the voyage, Harold receives special sheep powers that help him along in his voyage. Will these special sheep powers be enough to give him the gusto to stop the diabolical plan set out by Edmund? Or will he just 'bah' himself lowly into the herd?
Thank you for the opportunity to showcase these 3 books!