Marcus Lemonis

Marcus Lemonis Net Worth from The Profit

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 Marcus Lemonis net worth: From Lebanon to Stardom. Marcus Lemonis has a net worth of around $100 million. But how has Lemonis managed to make his first $100 millionIn this article, we will take a look at the businesses Lemonis has invested in his career. We will also talk about his past, and how he’s accumulated around $100 million. Lastly, we will talk more specifically about various businesses and the Hit TV Show “The Profit.” If you have ever wanted to learn more about millionaires like Marcus Lemonis, here is your chance. Read on to learn about his success story.

 

Marcus Lemonis Bio

 

Lemonis was not born in the US, but actually in Lebanon. Beirut was, at the time, in danger of ongoing civil wars. Luckily, a Greek family living in Miami, Florida adopted Lemonis (giving him his name) while he was still a baby. Cars were a passion of those in his family. Due to that, Lemonis also became interested in automobiles. Early in his life, Marcus learned to roll with the punches. After graduating with a degree in Political Science, he ran for office in Florida but lost. Instead of letting that loss bring him down, he decided to change his career.

Camping and RV Fortune

 

But how did Lemonis make his $100 million? Believe it or not, it has not been from his TV show on CNBC The Profit.

Rather, his fortune making is how he got his TV show. By traveling and buying up smaller RV dealerships around the country, Lemonis has created Camping World and Good Sam Enterprises. He has turned small businesses into large RV dealerships and superstores. Often, Lemonis has been called unorthodox. But even so, he currently owns RV businesses in over 100 locations. His companies provide jobs to around 6,000 employees.

 

Other Marcus Lemonis Businesses

 

Lemonis has also had his hand in other small businesses. He saved a small business in 2012 called Rose’s Bakery & Wheat Free Café with a single investment. Since then, the business has thrived and is still growing. Another enterprise Lemonis developed in 2012 was called Juice ONE. It’s a cold pressed juice bar which will offer only healthy drinks to clients. Lemonis believes in these causes because of his choice to make himself a healthier person. Earlier this year, Lemonis was given his TV show on CNBC. In The Profit, Lemonis invests in and tries to save struggling small businesses.
Marcus Lemonis’s now famous business saying “People, Process, Product” has served all his businesses extremely well by putting people first, then the process, and finally the product to come up with his winning successful formula.

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  • 09/28/2016 at 2:21 pm
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    I LOVE THIS GUY!!!! EMPATHY-COMPASSION & WANTS TO HELP OTHERS TO DO BETTER- WHAT ELSE IS NEEDED???? NOTHING!!! STILL PEOPLE LIE TO HIM & THINK THEY CAN 'SCAM' HIM??? WHAT IDIOTS!!! THANK U MARCUS FOR BEING WHO YOU ARE-THANK U FOR HELPING OTHERS WHEN U DON'T 'HAVE' TO DO A THING!! SPIRIT BLESSINGS ALWAYS- NEVER MISS A SHOW

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