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Bradbury H. Anderson elected to Carlson board of directors

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Mineapolis, Mn., USA - July 14, 2009, Mineapolis, Mn., USA - Bradbury H. Anderson, who recently retired as chief executive officer of Best Buy, has been elected to the Carlson board of directors.

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Mr. Anderson earned an associate degree from Waldorf College, a liberal arts college in Forest City, Iowa, and a bachelor's degree from the University of Denver. Mr. Anderson joined Best Buy in 1973 as a commissioned salesman at the fledgling Sound of Music, a small chain of stereo stores that was the precursor to Best Buy. In 1986, Mr. Anderson was promoted to executive vice president and was elected to Best Buy's Board of Directors. In April 1991, he was promoted to president and chief operating officer. He was named vice chairman in 2001 and continues to serve in that role. In June 2002, he assumed the position of chief executive offi


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