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LightHaus Appoints Former Best Buy CEO To Board

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LightHaus, a provider of Visual Customer Intelligence solutions for retail enterprises and chain stores, has appointed  former Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson to the company’s board of directors. The appointment is effective immediately.

Mr. Anderson spent 36 years at Best Buy Company before retiring in 2009 as CEO and vice chairman. In addition to his role at LightHaus, Mr. Anderson serves on the boards of Carlson Companies, General Mills and Waste Management. He is also active on the boards of several nonprofit organizations, including the Mayo Clinic, Minnesota Public Radio, and the National Council of the American Film Institute. Mr. Anderson is a charter member of the Job Creators Alliance and represents the organization on radio and television.

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