Kyle Peters, Business Development Representative
Q: How many years have you been with GOED?
A: I started with GOED in January of 2019.
Q: What is the most surprising thing you've learned about economic development?
A: The most surprising thing that I have learned about economic development is how many resources are available to businesses on a local, state, and federal level.
Q: If you could sum up GOED's purpose, what would that be?
A: To help businesses expand and grow!
Q: What is the best university in South Dakota and why?
A: There are other universities in South Dakota besides SDSU? All joking aside, South Dakota State University is my favorite for many reasons, not only did they invent Cookies N' Cream ice cream, but they were the best choice for my major in Agricultural Economics.
Q: What do you like most about GOED?
A: As a business development rep, I get the chance to travel all over South Dakota and meet some great people, which is by far my favorite part of the job.
Q: How do you and your family like to spend time together?
A: On my side of the family, our outings usually involve feeding cattle, working cattle, and moving cattle. But we wouldn't change that! However, my in-laws are always up for a Zesto run and a boat ride on the river.
Q: What's one thing people are missing out on because they don't know about it?
A: The next time you make PB&J, put the appropriate peanut butter and jelly portions into a bowl and stir it before applying it to the bread. This will give you an even amount of both in each bite! You're welcome!