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Cabela's Inc announces retirement of Sr. Vice President
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Mar '08
Cabela's Incorporated, the World's Foremost Outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, announced the retirement of Michael Callahan, Senior Vice President of Business Development and International Operations.

"Mike has had a very successful career at Cabela's and will leave a positive mark on our Company's history," said Dennis Highby, Cabela's President and Chief Executive Officer. "Mike was instrumental in our growth in retail and was personally responsible for leading the team that took our retail store count from nine to 26, as well as leading our expansion into Canada."

"It has been a wonderful and rewarding 18 years," Callahan said. "I have had the good fortune to go places and do so many things I may not have had the chance to do otherwise. In retirement, I will continue to work diligently and passionately to promote and support Cabela's, as I always have."

Callahan's retirement is effective May 17, 2008, but he has agreed to remain as a consultant to assist with transition.

Callahan joined Cabela's in 1990 and held numerous leadership positions in merchandising and marketing as well as serving as Senior Vice President of Retail Operations.

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