Silverado Cable Company Hosts President George W. Bush

Mesa, AZ, June 04, 2008 --( Robert Simpson, owner of Silverado Cable Company, has announced that the company hosted President George W. Bush on May 27. The visit included a statement by Bush about the economy and how Silverado is benefiting from the business tax provisions of the Economic Stimulus Package, as well as a tour of the facilities. The stimulus package allowed Silverado to invest in a surplus of new equipment and software purchases for 2008. The increased equipment and capabilities have made Silverado more competitive in acquiring large clients, which in turn will help them sustain the business.

“We were honored by the President’s visit on Tuesday,” said Simpson. “The stimulus package has given us a lot of freedom to expand and invest, and I am very thankful for the opportunity to advance our expansion plans. We are a small company, but we have a lot to be proud of.”

About Silverado Cable Company:
Silverado Cable Company designs and manufactures a wide variety of custom wire harnesses and cable assemblies for installation in airplanes, defense related vehicles, equipment and instrumentation. The harnesses are utilized to deliver signal and power between all of the electrically powered components required to operate the aircraft or equipment. Silverado Cable was selected as the winner of the 2007 Small Business Association of Industries, and was the 1998 Small Business of the Year for the city of Mesa, Ariz. They have received awards and recognition for outstanding performance by such companies as Boeing, Lucent Technology and Varian Electronics.

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