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Great Wolf Resorts
The Boss of North America's largest chain of indoor waterpark resorts, Kim Schaefer of Great Wolf Resorts Inc., signed up for an exhausting undercover journey in order to get an up-close look at the frontlines of her industry.
Rick Tigner, President of Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates went undercover to gain a better understanding of how the company works together as a whole, from the vine to the final product.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen
Lynne Zappone, Chief Talent Officer of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen went undercover to see how happy the frontline employees of the company are with their jobs. Lynne feels that happy employees lead to happy customers and ultimately, bigger profits.
President and COO of Roto-Rooter Rick L. Arquilla went undercover in his own company and finds himself overwhelmed with emotion while working alongside several employees who force him to reflect on his past as well as his future legacy as the boss of their company.
Don Fertman, Chief Development Officer of Subway, went undercover in hopes of connecting with the people who work the frontlines and ultimately the face of their company. The boss wants to garner a true perspective on what it takes for their company to continue to grow as a brand.
Bernt Bodal, CEO and Majority Shareholder of American Seafoods went undercover to find ways to increase efficiency and make the company more profitable. He wants American Seafoods to continue to grow and hopes his years of experience on fishing boats will help him spot ways to make improvements.
Co-founder and CEO of Budget Blinds Chad Hallock went undercover to see if the franchisees are following all of the practices that make Budget Blinds a success.
Having never touched a sign, let alone installed one, President and CEO of FASTSIGNS International Catherine Monson went undercover to help her propel the company to even greater heights.
Chairman, President and CEO of Frontier Airlines Bryan Bedford went undercover to see how the recent merger has impacted their company and its employees. While undercover, he hopes to obtain an unfiltered look at the inner-workings of his company so that Frontier can remain competitive in an ever changing industry.
Scott Sibella, President and COO of MGM Grand went undercover to truly get a sense of the people he will be working with at the casino. The boss hopes this experience will open his eyes to new ways of improving business which will in turn will help the community overall.