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|Daniel from TwinBytes gave a speech to this social justice group for kids on stereotyping and bullying. See the full testimonial from Shanta Sundarason on our testimonials page.|
TwinBytes is a proud sponsor of the Markham Waxers for the 2014-2015 season
Twinbytes is proud to sponsor the Markham-Stouffville Stars Girls hockey association for 2013-2014 season
Daniel is helping the Toronto Police 42 division with bringing a bunch of bikers to their annual charity motorcycle ride each year.
Daniel served on the board of directors for the Markham BIA for 3 years while having TwinBytes business on Main Street.
Daniel has been a regular guest speaker since July 25th, 2010 on CKWR FM98.5 Waterloo radio as a technology expert for a couple years.
September 30th, 2010 Daniel Gauthier of TwinBytes was on Rogers Daytime with Jacqueline Betterton and Jeff Moore discussing his new book “Tech-Knowledgy” and how it helps educate people to avoid being scammed, hacked and ripped off.
Celebrity computer tech Daniel Gauthier of Twinbytes was the local computer expert on Breakfast Television Tuesday July 13th, 2010.
Daniel took part in the “Hot Ride” to raise money for breast cancer support.
Daniel started the Ride for Dreams in 2010 which lasted a few years before the City of Markham made it too difficult to do by the book and it was too late to do it without the City knowing. And so the ride was discontinued unfortuantely.
A motorcycle group that Daniel is a part of which helps support the Yonge Street Mission. Learn more at www.LosSilverados.com
TwinBytes has taken part in the Markham Santa Claus parade by the Markham Sunrise Rotary for several years
TwinBytes has donated gift certificates annually for several years to the Richmond Hill rotary club TV action www.tvrotary.com
Daniel was #1 top fund raiser for the World record golf fundraiser for the Markham Stouffville Hospital raising $825, and was official witness to another world record being broken. A guy actually caught a golf ball with his bare hands that was shot by his friend over 300 yards. We might have the numbers a little off, but the record was broken July 3rd, 2006