Michael and Tina Sena help clients shed weight but can't make a healthy profit.
Pete Athans, a former real estate investor and car enthusiast, sank his entire life savings into building a high-end used car dealership. Unfortunately, financing a fantasy dealership left him short on cash; now he struggles to fill his lot with cars.
In the Season 1 finale, Marcus Lemonis attempts to help Mr. Green Tea, a family-run specialty ice cream company in New Jersey. Rich Emanuele keeps tight tabs on the budget, but his son Michael wants to invest heavily and expand quickly.
LA Dogworks is a state-of-the-art dog care facility that's second to none. But volatile leadership threatens the entire business. Serial entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis thinks it could become a franchise but first, he'll have to see if he can tame its owner.
Eco-Me is an all-natural cleaning supply company started by two friends who wanted to help people rid their home of potentially toxic products. But their inspired products are being undermined by bad business practices, lousy marketing and major debt.
Planet Popcorn started as a fairground stand and grew to be a multimillion-dollar business. Despite huge sales, they still can't turn a profit. Serial entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis believes he can turn this business around and make it a national brand.
Maarse Florists was once renowned in Southern California but began losing money after the founder's death. For Marcus Lemonis, fixing the business may be the easy part; dealing with the spoiled Mama’s boy who inherited it will be the real challenge.
Two feuding brothers who buy used cars for cash have watched their business dry up. Just weeks away from closing their doors, they meet serial entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis. Despite problems, he believes “Car Cash” can become a thriving national brand.
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