Adam is a Christian, a businessman, an author, composer, lyricist, public speaker, and licensed attorney. His Juris Doctor is from the University of South Carolina School of Law. Several years ago he agreed to temporarily set aside a career as a full-time attorney to help his in-laws, Ron and Shelly Hamilton, with their family business, Majesty Music (Majesty Music, home of Patch the Pirate, is a Christian publishing company in Greenville that creates and provides trade books, church music, character-building children’s adventures, hymnals, music seminars, and children’s club materials; as well as a recent addition, Majesty Music Academy).
Adam took the challenge seriously because Majesty Music is not only a business but also a Christian ministry that has impacted thousands of individuals, churches, and organizations across the globe for over four decades. Adam and his wife, Megan, had already written material for Majesty and they began to greatly increase output and grow the business. After becoming Vice President, Adam sought wise counsel from other businessmen, developed a marketing strategy, rallied his amazing team of loyal co-workers, directed the creation of new products, and organized a team that travels nationwide performing children’s programs, family concerts, and music seminars. This has resulted in a larger customer base and a steady increase in sales, which has allowed Majesty to update antiquated software systems and streamline the company.
In 2017, Adam was named President. His vision, energy, work ethic, creativity, and optimism have breathed new life into the business and prepared it to serve the next generation. In Adam’s own words, “Although I enjoy the practice of law, the experience of owning and operating a small business has opened my eyes to the paramount importance of pro-business policies.” Adam's desire is to use those strengths, along with his knowledge of the intricacies of the law, to bring conservative change to Columbia. He hopes that you will honor him with your vote and send him to Columbia as your State representative.