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Brett Carlson recognized during Farm Bureau annual meeting

Farm Bureau Financial Services agent Brett Carlson, whose office is located in Crow Wing County, was recently recognized by the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation as a member of their Elite Builders Club during its annual meeting, which took place Nov.

Brad Stimmel, regional vice president of Farm Bureau Financial Services (left), Brett Carlson and Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation President Kevin Paap pose for a picture after Carlson was recognized as a member of the farm bureau’s Elite Builders Club during the bureau’s annual meeting Nov. 16-18. Submitted photo
Brad Stimmel, regional vice president of Farm Bureau Financial Services (left), Brett Carlson and Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation President Kevin Paap pose for a picture after Carlson was recognized as a member of the farm bureau’s Elite Builders Club during the bureau’s annual meeting Nov. 16-18. Submitted photo

Farm Bureau Financial Services agent Brett Carlson, whose office is located in Crow Wing County, was recently recognized by the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation as a member of their Elite Builders Club during its annual meeting, which took place Nov. 16-18 in Bloomington.

Carlson signed 70 new members this year. His office is located in Crow Wing County.

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