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When Marcus Lemonis isn't running his multi-billion dollar company, Camping World, he goes on the hunt for struggling businesses that are desperate for cash and ripe for a deal. In the past 10 years, he's successfully turned around over 100 companies. Now he's bringing those skills to CNBC and doing something no one has ever done on TV before ... he's putting over $2 million of his own money on the line.In each episode of The Profit, Lemonis makes an offer that's impossible to refuse; his cash for a piece of the business and a percentage of the profits. And once inside these companies, he'll do almost anything to save the business and make himself a profit; even if it means firing the president, promoting the secretary or doing the work himself.
A Colorado manufacturer of tiny homes faces massive issues, mostly due to its owner's lack of leadership that has put the business in more than a million dollars debt and sunk morale to an all-time low.
At a Detroit-based denim business, the jeans are stiff...and so are the owners.
Marcus helps Monica Potter's home goods store in rural Ohio; Monica has trouble relinquishing control to employees and her sister.
A cookie company in New Jersey owned by a 13-year-old entrepreneur and his mother faces serious growing pains, in part because the latter is resistant to change, which has led to missed opportunities in recipe development and retail expansion.
Tonight on The Profit, Marcus Lemonis is in Morris, Illinois hoping to make a deal with Rayjus. Rayjus is a sports apparel company that specializes in fishing apparel. The name Rayjus is a combination of the first names of owners Ray Odom and Justin Romines. Rayjus has poor employee morale and unfocused owners, including one with a troubling side gig as a radio DJ. Rayjus also owes the IRS thousands in back taxes.
Marcus Lemonis is in Orange County, California hoping to make a deal with JD Custom Designs. JD Custom Designs is a company that specializes in retail displays. The owner Jeff can't let go of control, which slows the process, limits creativity and negatively impacts the company.
The owner of a packaged Southern food business bites off more than she can chew, bringing colossal debts that clog her cash flow.
Last year, Marcus invested $750,000 to help revive this classic restaurant chain, but fighting between partners and mismanagement have ruined everything he put in place. If Marcus can't rebuild this broken venture, the brand will melt away forever.
A men's apparel business on the California coast is about to unravel completely for co-owners and brothers Mike and John, who found early success selling to big stores, but profitability never followed when they opened up two locations of their own.
A Los Angeles startup is creating buzz with their fashion-forward cellphone cases. But behind their breathtaking sales and beautiful designs, the cracks are starting to show. Their young CEO does whatever he pleases, leaving his partners demoralized and the business unable to grow. If Marcus can't teach him to respect his people and his company, The Casery will shatter.
Ellison Eyewear's CEO tears up in front of Marcus Lemonis while talking about his missing mother
A father-focused bag company that once generated millions is now at death's door; after 15 years in business, the owner has allowed his fears to get the best of him; if Marcus can't help him regain his confidence, Diaper Dude will disappear for good.
At a small family-run pizza chain, the proud patriarch is squeezing the life out of the business; he has long dreamed of taking his drive-through pizza concept nationwide, but he's so resistant to change that he alienates potential franchisees.
A Chicago-based lighting company sparks innovation with unique designs and customizable options, but the owner's lack of leadership causes sales to fizzle; if Marcus can't convince her to value her team, it may be lights out for this startup.
A women's athleisure company found early success building a following online, but her conservative aesthetic is starting to lose popularity.
A husband-and-wife team hits a wall after running their maternity and children's stores for ten years.
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