2011 Detroiter of the Year: Dan Gilbert



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Dan Gilbert can’t remember a time when the entrepreneurial spirit wasn’t surging through his DNA. Indeed, had the twig been bent at a slightly different angle, he might have found himself competing with Mike Ilitch as Detroit’s hometown pizza baron.


 

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