|Best Buy Grand Opening|
|Written by Columbia Heights News|
|Wednesday, 26 March 2008|
We just received word from Councilmember Jim Graham's office that Best Buy and Councilmember Graham will be hosting a grand opening celebration at its DC USA location (2nd Floor, 3100 14th St, NW) tomorrow (Thursday, March 27) at 6pm. Best Buy will be presenting a $2,500 check to each of the following local organizations: Latin American Youth Center, Hispanic College Fund, Columbia Heights Community Center, and the Boys and Girls Club.
Best Buy Press Release
Best Buy Opens Four New Stores
New stores support local non-profit organizations and offers employment opportunities for local communities
MINNEAPOLIS, March 25, 2008 - Best Buy today announced the grand opening of four new U.S. Best Buy stores. The new stores are set to open this week in the following cities:
Ribbon-cutting ceremonies and $10,000 check presentations to local nonprofits mark the opening of the new destinations for the latest in technology and services. The stores feature the latest store formats, highly-trained employees and interactive displays to create a unique experience as well as to add convenience for every customer. New Best Buy stores also offer a range of products and services to provide customers with end-to-end home theater and computer solutions.
Best Buy Employees: A People Powered Organization The company's Blue Shirt employees are the core of Best Buy. As a people-powered organization, Best Buy invests heavily in discovering and training employees in customer service, product knowledge and financial acumen. As the store employees are closest to the customers, the company relies on them for their innovative ideas and feedback to enhance customers' shopping experiences. Whether an individual's passion is to be the best salesperson on the floor, a Geek Squad Agent, home theater installer or the next CEO, Best Buy fuels employees with the knowledge and resources to achieve their personal ambitions.
Committed to the Community
Best Buy commits to being a vital community partner. Last year alone, Best Buy and the Best Buy Children's Foundation donated approximately $30 million to their communities. For more information about Best Buy's philanthropic efforts, including the Best Buy Teach program, visit Best Buy and click on the "Community Relations" link.
About Best Buy Co., Inc.
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