For over two decades, Chuck Warren, Utah businessman and cheerleader for his state, has developed a strong reputation for taking on difficult assignments in a way that produces the best results. The strategies he has put together have resulted in increased project awareness, in a way that makes them very successful. One prominent example is the $1 billion he secured from Congress and the Department of Defense for his client, IOSTOR, for the production of commercial reusable in-space transportation.
To Chuck Warren, Utah is the best place to live. That is one key reason he decided to become the finance co-chair for Republican Mia Love, who is running for Congress from that state’s 4th Congressional District. She wanted him there because of his long record as a prolific fundraiser. As managing director for Silver Bullet, LLC, he has dealt with a wide variety of issues and situations on behalf of multinational corporations, high-profile law firms, developers and many other types of organizations. While he has worked in most other states, Chuck Warren’s Utah is special. He has served as the Finance Chair for Utah and Arizona at the National Republican Congressional Committee and he has had prominent campaign finance roles with several Republican campaigns for Congress and even presidential campaigns, to the point that he was chosen as one of “Campaigns and Elections” magazine’s Influencers 500 in 2013.