Posted by Brad Rencher, SVP and General Manager of Digital Marketing
On Wednesday, August 6, Adobe welcomed the newest member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Utah, Congressman Chris Stewart, to our Lehi building in Utah. Congressman Stewart represents a large number of Adobe’s employees living along the eastern half of the state. Congressman Stewart was accompanied by two of his congressional aides and his son during the visit. As Jonathan Francom and I showed the congressman around the beautiful Lehi facility, they talked about all kinds of issues and met with several employees at the site.
Blown away by what he saw at the Lehi campus, it is no surprise the Congressman asked about Adobe’s plans to grow even more jobs in the region and when he can expect to see the next building in the Adobe campus.
Some interesting facts about the congressman came out during his visit. Here are just a few. He authored a New York Times best-selling book; he graduated at the top of his class in officer and pilot training in the Air Force; and he holds three world speed records, including the world’s record for the fastest non-stop flight around the world. Impressive!
As part of Adobe’s ongoing efforts to interact with government officials around the world, we regularly host government officials from all levels of government at our facilities. We do so on a non-partisan and non-political basis with the hopes of fostering a healthy dialogue on issues which impact our employees, customers, and products in the global marketplace.