“Business turnaround king” and TV personality Marcus Lemonis inspires audiences to wake up the self-starter, the go-getter and the entrepreneur that is in all of us.
Though best known as the star of The Profit and other business and lifestyle reality shows, Marcus Lemonis was a self-made business success long before he became a star for CNBC and HGTV.
Marcus honed his entrepreneurial spirit while working at his family's automotive dealership as a young man. At 25, Marcus seized upon an opportunity to reshape the way recreational vehicles and outdoor equipment were sold. Under his leadership and vision, Camping World would grow to become the nation’s largest RV retailer and make Marcus Lemonis one of the most successful businessmen in America.
Despite his many successes, Lemonis has always believed that the true riches of life are found in giving back. With a $50-million pledge, he and his wife, Bobbi, created The Lemon-AID Foundation aimed at providing opportunities by investing in underserved communities and small businesses.
As star and host of the new HGTV show The Renovator, Marcus Lemonis helps homeowners maximize their most valuable personal asset. By lending his flair for renovation, design and transformation, his business expertise and keen insight, he helps homeowners succeed at 'the business of home.’
As a speaker, Lemonis endeavors to awaken and energize the entrepreneur within us all. He knows what every self-starting, go-getter knows: Business is personal, and he guides anyone developing a personal or business brand toward finding—and updating—their authentic, mission-driven story to thrive in life and succeed in any environment.
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