CEO Of Camping World Chats With Terrell Davis and Talks Small Business Recovery | CNBC Prime

CEO of Camping World, Marcus Lemonis, connects with Terrell Davis and other special guests over video chat to talk about navigating the new normal amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. Tune in to Lemon-aid with @MarcusLemonis Tuesday & Saturdays at 9P ET on Instagram Live.
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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 each one-hour 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.
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  1. P Galda

    P Galda22 dagar sedan

    His wife is so ugly, looks like a dude honestly

  2. Future P.A. From the Hood

    Future P.A. From the HoodMånad sedan

    Marcus I hope you can talk about the importance of having your wife support while you are making those business desitions.

  3. industry auto

    industry autoMånad sedan

    His wife looks exactly like my Aunt Vicki. My Aunt Vicki is 78 years old.

  4. Future P.A. From the Hood

    Future P.A. From the HoodMånad sedan

    Nothing wrong with the wife ...she looks like a nice human being . That is what matters.

  5. xlrouge

    xlrouge5 månader sedan

    I want you to be my dad, Marcus

  6. Randy Parlor

    Randy Parlor8 månader sedan

    Reset! That's the word for this time and always. Many, even with personal finances, do not want to look at what needs to reasonably be cut in order to be more profitable and build bigger surpluses for times like that come to us periodically. Individuals and business owners that keep an eye on periodic resets tend to make it through crisis at a far higher percentage than those who do not. With the same revenue as many others in the same types of business, they are able to have higher incomes and build larger surplus and emergency funds, which help them weather storms better than their peers. The bible says a wise man builds and maintains a treasury, but a foolish man spends all that he gets.

  7. tommybahama

    tommybahama8 månader sedan

    His wife just wants to take a nap & get back to retirement!

  8. americanbobtail1

    americanbobtail14 månader sedan

    @Anna Witte - We are talking about straight males, not lesbians. Your comments do not apply to this scenario.

  9. Anna Witte

    Anna Witte7 månader sedan

    I would rather date older women that not gold digger!! She is smart and seem extremely lovely women.

  10. Making, Cooking, Fixing

    Making, Cooking, Fixing8 månader sedan

    You would get more views if you added the name Marcus Lemonis in the title

  11. Tammy Hensley

    Tammy Hensley8 månader sedan

    Hi Marcus, love you and love your show! Watching from Chicago suburbs I own a Real Estate office.