BY KEVIN MOE
Curtis Sampson, ’55 BSB and chairman of Communications Systems Inc. and Canterbury Park Holdings Corp., has been named to the Minnesota Business Hall of Fame by Twin Cities Business. Sampson joins four other honorees, including Bahram Akradi, chairman, president, and CEO of Life Time Fitness; Douglas Baker, Jr., chairman and CEO of Ecolab; Richard Davis, chairman, president, and CEO of U.S. Bancorp; and Sally Smith, president and CEO of Buffalo Wild Wings.
The Minnesota Business Hall of Fame was established 14 years ago by Twin Cities Business. Honorees were profiled in the July edition of the magazine and celebrated at an awards dinner later that month. This year’s inductees will join 66 previous members honored in a Minnesota Business Hall of Fame exhibit at the Carlson School.