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1 Plaza 900 Sylvan Avenue

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632

United States

Company Description

CNBC is the leading global broadcaster of live business and financial news and information, reporting directly from the major financial markets around the globe with three regional networks including CNBC in Asia, CNBC in EMEA and CNBC in the US. ... more

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Employment History

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Camping World Inc


Chief Executive Officer and Chairman
Highways - The Good Sam Club

Lemonis Fischer Acquisitions Co., LLC

Member, Kevin O'Leary
Shark Tank


Board of Trustees
Ravinia Festival

Officio Member
The Compensation Advisory Committee

Sherman GoldenbergFreedomRoads LLC


Christopher Columbus High School

Epiphany Catholic School

Political Science , Criminology and Economics

Marquette University


Columbia University

self-made master of business turnarounds

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Marcus Lemonis is in the business of helping others.
Marcus Lemonis: 3 Red Flags That Send Investors Packing
Marcus Lemonis, investor and host of CNBC's 'The Profit,' explains what to avoid when pitching investors.
Marcus Lemonis: How to Effectively Manage Your Email Inbox
The host of CNBC's 'The Profit' explains how he attacks his inbox to get the most done every day.

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This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about how Marcus Lemonis and Chicago entrepreneur Phil Tadros are locked into a legal battle as both parties sue each other after a business deal fell through.

Marcus Lemonis, host of CNBC's 'The Profit,' is countersuing an entrepreneur in Chicago who has levied a $26 million suit against the star.
Staff writer Will Yakowicz talks about how Phil Tadros, the founder of Bow Truss Coffee Roasters, a wholesale roaster and upscale caf chain in Chicago, and entrepreneur and TV personality Marcus Lemonis are suing each other after a deal for Lemonis to buy a majority stake in Bow Truss fell apart.

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McMinnville-based Betty Lou's partners with nationally-know Marcus Lemonis

December 30, 2014 (Lincolnshire, IL) - Marcus Lemonis, Chicago-based entrepreneur and host of CNBC's ...
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'The Profit' host Marcus Lemonis will hear small business owners' ideas in 'The Elevator Pitch.' 'The Profit' host Marcus Lemonis will hear small business owners' ideas in 'The Elevator Pitch.' Credit: The UPS Store

While many of us have heard of an elevator pitch, few have had the chance to ride 24 floors up an iconic Chicago building to sell an idea to one of the best-known business gurus in the country.
"The Elevator Pitch," which launches Wednesday, Oct. 12, is a three-part reality TV miniseries where contestants ride the Chicago Tribune Tower elevator and deliver a business pitch to Marcus Lemonis, the billionaire host of CNBC's "The Profit."
In each of the 15-minute episodes posted to The UPS Store's YouTube channel, three small business owners present their elevator pitches to Mr. Lemonis, who can interrupt them at any time with questions or comments. Once the elevator reaches the top floor, the time is up. One winner, who will receive a $10,000 prize from The UPS Store, is selected from each episode.
"You expect you're going to give your spiel, but [Mr. Lemonis] talked back, and you sort of just had to go with the flow and roll with it," said Melissa Yen, 50, a contestant and owner of the Chicago-based craft syrup company Jo Snow Syrups.
The miniseries is a partnership between Mr. Lemonis and The UPS Store, an effort to reach out to the company's small business customer base.
The UPS Store's relationship with Mr. Lemonis developed earlier this year, and in May 2016, the company launched a week-long "Small Business Salute" campaign that included live business idea pitching competitions before a judges' panel that included Mr. Lemonis.
It follows a reality TV format that includes clips of the elevator pitching sessions and reactions from Mr. Lemonis and contestants.

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But luckily, Marcus Lemonis found out about Schlegel's story.

Lemonis, who is the host of CNBC's The Profit, wanted to find the perfect fan to send to the World Series. Once he found out about Schlegel, he knew exactly who he was going to send.
Lemonis then donated two front-row tickets to Game Three at Wrigley Field to Schlegel.

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