CEO of Camping World (The title sponsor of the NASCAR Truck series) and master of business turnarounds with a portfolio of over 100 successful companies, is doing something no one has ever done before. He's putting $2 million of his own money where his mouth is in order to help companies all across America.
And once he's inside your business, he'll do anything and everything to turn your business around. Even if it means firing the president, promoting your secretary, or doing the work himself.
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Marcus Lemonis came from a notable beginning. He was abandoned in Beirut, Lebanon during the chaos of civil war and foreign invasions. At nine months old, Lemonis was adopted and raised in Miami, Florida.
He discovered the power of imposing his will at an early age. He liked to create action in people, places and things with the expectation to influence, evolve or improve the original. As chairman & CEO of Camping World & Good Sam, Lemonis has been recognized as 2007 "Newsmaker of the Year" by RV Business Magazine; was named one of Crain's Chicago "40 under 40" in 2005; and the 2008 Ernst & Young "Entrepreneur of the Year."
Lemonis' charisma and drive to succeed have put him among the top leadership in the business world. Lemonis leaves not just an impression but an imprint on everyone he meets and he's never soon to be forgotten. Lemonis has the charisma that few possess. This magic formula is uncommon even among top leadership in the business world. With all his accomplishments, his most rewarding pertains to his charity and community involvement. Lemonis was featured on ABC's "Secret Millionaire" (August 2012) and has also appeared on NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" (March 2011), which helped to raise over one million dollars for St. Jude's Children Research Hospital. He also appeared in this season's run of "Celebrity Apprentice" (2012).