Paradise Cove in the Bahamas, recommends Dan Fitzgibbons

September 25, 2017
When there’s a desire for an ultimate getaway, technology guru and businessman Dan Fitzgibbons -- who hails from the often cold midwest -- recommends an escape to the Bahamas and thoroughly enjoying the trip with an adventure to Freeport and then Paradise Cove. Leaving Freeport to this more-secluded area, a day pass to this family-friendly area allows for snorkeling at Deadman’s Reef to see tropical fish, relaxing in a lounge chair on perfectly white sand, learning about Bahamian history, checking out local landmarks and more. This day-long excursion is a divergence from the crowds and a can’t-miss for Fitzgibbons -- and absolutely one that the whole family can enjoy when visiting the Bahamas throughout the year.

Dan Fitzgibbons, Minnesota State of Mind

March 24, 2017
He has a career that covers more than two decades in the technology business, and Dan Fitzgibbons is currently the Data Protection Business Manager for the Minneapolis office of EMC Corporation, so be obviously has a great business career. He has come a long way since he grew up in Fargo, North Dakota as the youngest of five siblings, and nowadays as far as he is concerned, for Dan Fitzgibbons, Minnesota is now home.

As he grew up in Fargo, Dan Fitzgibbons attended grade school at Holy Spirit School and high school at Shanley High, where he was part of the SandPebbles singing group and he played several sports. His love of Minnesota found its roots when he earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Business Administration from Moorhead State University in Moorhead, Minnesota. Sometime after college, he moved to Minneapolis for career reasons and he is now a prominent member of that community and gives back whenever he can.. That is why he helps Minneapolis charities so much, including Loaves and Fishes, which served up more than 450,000 hot meals to the poor in 2015 alone.