Sam Peters


Greetings from quarantine Hope all of you are holding up well in this interesting time. Here at The Malliard Report, we strive to maintain a somewhat sense of normalcy so the show goes on. This week we dive into the situation that pummels our news cycles and feeds but from a congressional perspective. This week Jim welcomes the candidate from Nevada’s 4th congressional district Sam Peters to speak about COVID-19, the impact that we more than likely see, and what his take on the Area 51 raid that transpired a few months back.

“Sam is the Owner of Peters Family Insurance, a very successful risk management firm with two storefronts in the greater Las Vegas area. Prior to settling in Las Vegas and exercising his entrepreneurial spirit, Sam spent two years as a corporate employee where he managed nearly $100M in annual revenue across the largest geographical region in the United States. Sam retired as a Major from the United States Air Force in 2013 after spending time in Afghanistan, Iraq, Panama, Korea and various installations in the United States over a career that spanned more than twenty years. He earned a Bronze Star for his efforts in Afghanistan and was consistently recognized as #1 among his highly efficient and competent peers.”

During the interview, Sam discusses, the good and bad that we will see out of this “pandemic.” It is inevitable that business will fail. Unfortunately, there are places that have closed their doors for the final time. We need to do our part in supporting businesses as best as we can. Eat from your local restaurant, if small stores are open, try and shop from there. Secondly, if you plan on participating in a desert raid make sure that you have the proper supplies. Unless you are familiar with desert landscapes you find yourself in a lot of trouble. Remember, you can never have enough water-packed.

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