Logan, UT, July 8, 2020 – The Cache Valley Daily featured Electric Power Systems (EPS) meeting with the gubernatorial candidate, Chris Peterson, and his running mate, Karina Brown, about supporting Utah’s business sector.

Peterson and Brown came up to Logan Wednesday, July 8 to discuss their – as quoted in the article – “moderate, reasonable” campaign with EPS’s executives Nathan Millecam, CEO and Michael Armstrong, CTO.

“Here in Utah, we believe in the free market system,” Peterson was quoted in the CacheValleyDaily.com article. “We can start that process by making sure that we have the resources and people-power … to attract innovative businesses with a lot of entrepreneurial spirit.

“The implications of a sweeping change in personal air mobility would be revolutionary.” He said about EPS’s impact on Utah’s transportation.

Brown praised EPS as the kind of “dynamic and innovative enterprises” for Utah’s economy.

If elected after the November general election against Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox, Peterson pledged to ensure that Utah invests in businesses like EPS.

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