WORTHINGTON - Larry Anderson, Worthington, recently joined The Globe as the newspaper’s new circulation manager.

“We are so excited to add Larry to our management team,” Publisher Joni Harms said. “His strong background in sales and customer service will be a great asset in his new role.”

Anderson, a Worthington native, will be responsible for the overall delivery of the twice weekly Globe and weekly Bulletin, as well as marketing strategies. He has 25 years experience in furniture sales locally, and is actually a returning Globe employee. After high school, he spent about a year working in the newspaper’s printing operation.

“With Larry's sales expertise, strong customer service and organizational skills, and contagious enthusiasm, we are happy to have him on board,” Harms said.

“I am very excited and motivated to work at The Globe and fulfill my role as the new circulation manager,” Anderson said. “I am looking forward to working with the wonderful staff at The Globe as well as working with customers to better fulfill their needs as I perform my circulation manager duties.”

Anderson served 16 years as president of the Southwest Minnesota Fishing Club, followed by a year on its board of directors. He is currently a member of the Elks Lodge and assists in cooking for the Elks on an as-needed basis. In the past, he has presented classes at Kids College at Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Worthington.

In his spare time, Anderson is an umpire for high school baseball and softball games, as well as summer Legion baseball. He also refs high school volleyball and basketball.

“If I have any more time, it’s usually spent on the water fishing,” he said.