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Michaels Stores reports arrival of Shelley Broader
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Jun '08
Michaels Stores Inc announced that Shelley Broader has been named President and Chief Operating Officer of the company, effective June 23, 2008. Broader will report to Brian C. Cornell, Chief Executive Officer.

Broader will lead several key operations of the company including Michaels and Aaron Brothers Store Operations, Artistree, Supply Chain Operations, Real Estate Development, Loss Prevention and Store Planning.

Broader, 44, brings strong retail leadership experience to Michaels. She most recently served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Sweetbay Supermarkets, Inc., formerly doing business as Kash n'Karry Food Stores, Inc., part of the U.S. division of Brussels-based Delhaize Group, a multi-billion dollar global food retailer.

From June 2003 to March 2006, she served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Sweetbay. As a result of her leadership, Sweetbay was named “Retailer/Concept of the Year” by several industry publications. Prior to joining Sweetbay, Broader served in various management positions at Hannaford Bros. Co., most recently as Senior Vice President, Business Strategy, Marketing and Communications.

Broader currently serves on the Board of Directors, and is a member of the Audit Committee, of Raymond James Financial, Inc. Broader was recognized for her professional accomplishments as “Business Woman of the Year” by Tampa Bay Business Journal, and holds a B.A. from Washington State University.

Brian C. Cornell said, “Shelley will further strengthen our leadership team at Michaels. Her proven track record in retail leadership, transforming store concepts and enhancing customer service will bring fresh insights to Michaels and position us for future success.”


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