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Twin States Music Company traces its origins back to the years before World War II when Leonard “Cab” Anderson began a candy route selling product out of a paneled van. Though a successful enterprise, Cab had to give up his route due to the difficulty in acquiring rubber tires during the height of the War. While he put his dream on hold, he helped serve the war effort by joining an ammunitions plant in New Brighton, Minnesota.

After the war ended, Cab wasted no time in chasing after his dream. He returned to the industry and started a music and gaming route where the name Twin States Music Company was born. For over thirty years Cab worked many long days and weekends keeping his customers satisfied. At an early age (16) he brought his youngest son Kevin into the business and taught him everything he knew. By 1978, Cab and Kevin were servicing over 35 locations when tragedy struck and Cab passed away. Kevin was only 21 years old at the time of his father's death.

Kevin Anderson believed in his father’s dream and in his own abilities and though the company faced some difficult odds, he never gave up. He struggled to re-purchase his father’s company out of probate and facing difficult cash flow issues, Kevin was forced to service and maintain all of his locations with only one employee. However, his father had taught him well and his dedication and commitment to customer service pulled Twin States Music from its precarious situation and solidified the company as the local leader of “The finest in coin-operated machines.” Today, Twin States Music encompasses an area of a 200 mile radius that includes the Twin Cities Metro area to Wausau, Wisconsin. Twin States Music also owns a subsidiary company called Liberty Amusement which is located in Medford, Wisconsin.

Twin States Music has run exciting pool leagues for the last 35 years and dart leagues for the last 31 years. At the end of every league season, TSM hosts season ending regional tournaments. Pool and dart leagues are available for all ages and all levels of play.

Twin States Music is an accredited member of the VNEA (Valley National Eightball Association), NDA (National Darts Association), BCA (Billiard Congress of America), ACS (American Cue Sports), APA (American Pool Players Association), MOMA (Minnesota Operators of Music & Amusement), and WAMO (Wisconsin Amusement and Music Operators).

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