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Undercover Boss is a reality series that follows high level corporate executives as they slip anonymously into the lowest level jobs within their companies. Once undercover, they'll get their hands dirty with the rank and file, find out what their employees REALLY think of them and discover how smoothly their companies are REALLY run. In the process, these senior executives learn about themselves, the perception of their company and the spirit of their work force.
When Brandon Landry, founder and CEO of Walk On's Bistreaux & Bar, cooks up a plan to go undercover and make improvements as his restaurant chain faces rapid expansion, his co-owner and partner, NFL Super Bowl champion Drew Brees, trades in his Saints jersey for an apron to tackle his own separate undercover mission at a New Orleans-based location.
This family-friendly sports bar, offering authentic Louisiana cuisine prepared fresh in "from scratch" kitchens, was established in Baton Rouge by Brandon Landry in 2003. Drew Brees joined the ever-expanding business in 2015. Walk-On's Bistreaux & Bar currently has 33 locations across Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and North Carolina.
Stacy Anderson, brand president of Anytime Fitness, works in a set of undercover missions to make sure her gyms are operating in tip top shape and tries not to break a sweat when put through a workout by a fanatically clean gym manager.
The world's largest and fastest-growing fitness franchise, Anytime Fitness serves four million members at gyms located in all 50 states and in 35 countries on all seven continents. Stacy Anderson was appointed to her current position in 2016 and is responsible for leading the evolution of Anytime Fitness from its pioneering 24/7 convenience model to a more personalized coaching approach, featuring new digital technologies and a broader selection of training programs.
Scott Fischer, owner and CEO of Dippin' Dots, dips undercover to see where the stress points are at his company and tries not to freeze up when an employee at their ice cream manufacturing plant raises suspicions about his true identity.
A global, flash-frozen beaded ice cream company available in more than 100 shopping centers and stores and in thousands of theme parks, stadiums, arenas, zoos, movie theaters, fairs and festivals, Dippin' Dots also ships to customers' homes. Its unconventional ice cream was invented in 1988 by microbiologist Curt Jones, using cryogenic technology. Scott Fischer's family-owned firm acquired the company in 2012, and since then, Fischer has expanded the variety of outlets where Dippin' Dots can be purchased through a distribution network of stocked branded freezers in the checkout lanes at convenience stores, grocery stores and pharmacies.
When Alan S. McKim, Chairman and CEO of Clean Harbors, gets down and dirty to see if his company needs some cleaning up, he must face the challenges of a confined space while treating the inside of a dirty tank at a re-refinery that processes waste oil.
Clean Harbors is the leading environmental and industrial service provider and largest hazardous waste disposal company in North America, and it is a recognized leader in environmental emergency response services. The business provides a broad range of services, and maintains a vast network of service centers and waste management, treatment, disposal and recycling facilities. Publicly traded on the NYSE, Clean Harbors was founded by Alan S. McKim in 1980 as a four-person tank cleaning business.
Four-time Grammy Award nominee Jewel, one of the most successful singer-songwriters of all time, who has sold over 30 million albums worldwide, goes undercover to discover gifted musicians and artisans to recruit for her Handmade Holiday Tour. While Jewel is in Nashville disguised as "Andrea," a bubbly brunette from New Jersey, she tries to fire up a crowd while assisting a talented painter with a unique style. Also, she's forced to fake a poor singing voice at an open mic night and a podcast while getting to know two aspiring musicians.
Chief brand officer of World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (WWE), one of the most successful sports and entertainment brands in the world, and a longtime on-air villainous WWE character, Stephanie McMahon "slams" into undercover mode to find raw talent, and helps a young WWE fan's charitable dreams come true. While conducting her in-the-field talent search, McMahon is disguised as "Sam," with a blonde wig and southern accent, an amiable woman intent on learning about WWE for her blog, "I Don't Get It." While undercover, McMahon meets an aspiring wrestler with an inspirational message; is pushed into action at a photoshoot with sparring wrestlers; and assists at a fundraiser spearheaded by a young WWE fan who has survived cancer and, with his family, is determined to raise funds to help other children battling the disease.
Ashley Graham, accomplished model and body activist, poses as an aspiring model while seeking out like-minded curvy models and meeting a trailblazing young ballerina with a massive social media following. While undercover as "Morgan," a raven-haired, face-pierced aspiring model, Graham is turned away at a model agency's open call, wants to slither away when forced to pose with a snake at a photoshoot with a curvy model, and spins into high gear in a dance studio while working with a gifted ballerina who defies the conventional body-type for talented dancers.
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