Still a Star: Alan Page Gives Back

Alan Page, an NFL Hall-of-Famer and retired Minnesota Supreme Court Justice, now spends his time building the Alan Page Foundation, which provides minorities grants and guidance for post-secondary education. Fittingly, the Page Foundation threw the first community fundraiser at U.S. Bank Stadium. This profile on Alan Page was featured in the custom U.S. Bank Stadium magazine I was contracted to produce for SMG and MSFA as a special Minnesota Meetings + Events edition. It was published in 2016 in conjunction with the stadium's opening.

Five Faces of U.S. Bank Stadium

I was granted exclusive access to profile five key leaders in the U.S. Bank Stadium project as it was still in the works. I chose a Q&A-style format to display as much as their insight as possible. The most interesting thing about this feature: Each of these five individuals and the companies they represent had different angles of interest and investments in this stadium, but all five had to work together to achieve a successful product. This story was the largest feature in the custom U.S. Bank Stadium magazine I was contracted to do for SMG and MSFA as a special Minnesota Meetings + Events edition. It was published in 2016 in conjunction with the stadium's opening.

The Legacy of Jim Reynolds

The March 2010 issue of Maple Grove Magazine featured my story about Jim Reynolds, who died one year earlier of a brain aneurysm. Reynolds, a well known community ambassador and philanthropist in Maple Grove, lives on through the Jim Reynolds Foundation, a nonprofit created by his family and friends to give back to support research and development for brain aneurysm identification. This story highlights the foundation, as well as the impact Reynolds had on the local community.
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