Utah has a bike advocate running for state office this election term. Cimarron Chacon, owner of GRO Promotions and Board President of the Dixie Mountain Bike Trails Association has thrown her name in the hat for Utah State Representative District 75 in St George. Over the years Cimarron has contributed greatly to trails and open space access, including her 10 years as the Landscape Architect for the BLM, contributor to the Utah Trails and Pathways conferences and Biking Utah Summits, and Co-author of the IMBA Managing Mountain Biking book. Cimarron hopes to bring awareness to legislature of the States 4 Billion dollar recreation tourism industry and focus on the importance of public lands and scenic beauty that is so integral to the state’s economy and the quality of life that its citizens enjoy.
Her campaign will focus on education, public lands, transportation, economic diversity, and quality of life.
Learn more about Cimarron and follow her campaign ElectCimarron.org or http://www.facebook.com/CimarronChaconForUtahHouseDistrict75.