Ballreich's Potato Chips gave a tour to Ohio State Auditor David Yost Tuesday morning.
"I like to be on the road at least a couple times a week," Yost said.
Ballreich's CEO Brian Reis said he is looking at options with his business' expansion into Michigan.
State Auditor David Yost (center) has his photo taken with Ballreich’s management after touring the facility Tuesday. The Ballreich’s employees are (from left) Haley Thomas, marketing director; Robert Reis, special projects; Linda Reis, vice president; and Brian Reis, chief executive officer
"We are looking for ways to better source funds and to better our buying power," Sales and Marketing Director Haley Thomas said.
Ballreich's has been in business for 93 years, Reis said.
"You help with the funding for schools, roads and local governments, it all comes down to having money," Reis told Yost.
Yost is responsible for auditing all public offices in Ohio, including more than 5,600 cities, counties, villages, townships, schools, state universities and public libraries as well as all state agencies, boards and commissions, according to the auditor's website.
Yost said he frequents local business owners, to solicit policy change.
"Changes often come from talking to business owners," Yost said. "We have made changes to (Ohio Department of Transportation ) from meeting with construction companies."
"We were honored to have him in our facility," Thomas said. "It was not too long ago that we had Secretary of State Jon Husted."