CNBC Blue Collar Millionaires “I’ll Never Tire Of It” Episode 209 Video Preview Links

 

Watch Denise Burgess, CEO of Burgess Services on the next episode of CNBC's "Blue Collar Millionaires."

Watch Denise Burgess, CEO of Burgess Services on the next episode of CNBC’s “Blue Collar Millionaires.”

 

As a small business owner and entrepreneur, I love hearing success stories about small business owners who have created their own path to wealth and happiness. The hit show CNBC Blue Collar Millionaires, which is narrated by country music superstar, Tim McGraw “celebrates America’s most inspiring self-made successes: the working-class who’ve managed to build fortunes with nothing but mud, sweat, and tears.”

The hit show which features working-class men and women is from SallyAnn Salsano & 495 Productions, “profiles three hard-working entrepreneurs who’ve gotten rich by getting their hands dirty.  These big personalities have made millions rolling up their sleeves… but at the end of the work day, they drive home to their palatial mansion and park their pick-up next to their collection of high-end sports cars.  No doubt about it – these are not your typical millionaires. Learn how guts, grit, and a can-do mindset made them rich beyond their wildest dreams…and find out how they spend their hard-earned millions when they’re off the clock and having fun.”

If you’re just as inspired and eager to watch the next episode of CNBC’s hit show “Blue Collar Millionaires”, you’re in luck – it airs this evening at 10 pm ET/7 pm PT! Be sure to follow the video preview links below to see clips from tonight’s episode. If you’re looking for inspiration and a push in the right direction to start your own business, this is definitely it!

 

Wednesday, 2/15/17 at 10PM ET/PT: BLUE COLLAR MILLIONAIRES # #209 – “I’LL NEVER TIRE OF IT”
A salesman who came out of retirement to build a multi-million dollar tire empire; a second-generation builder who overcame a family tragedy and created a financial triumph; and two best friends who turned a dusty old printer into a nine-figure cash machine.

 

This salesman came out of retirement to build a million dollar tire empire. See his story on tonight's episode of CNBC's "Blue Collar MIllionaires."

This salesman came out of retirement to build a million dollar tire empire. See his story on tonight’s episode of CNBC’s “Blue Collar Millionaires.”

 

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Next on | Blue Collar Millionaires: “I’ll Never Tire of It” – A salesman who came out of retirement to build a multi-million dollar tire empire; a second-generation builder who overcame a family tragedy and created a financial triumph; and two best friends who turned a dusty old printer into a nine-figure cash machine. All-new Blue Collar Millionaires Wednesday 10P ET/PT

 

Blue Collar Millionaires: “The Challenges of Being a Blue-Collar, Female CEO” – Denise Burgess is the CEO of Burgess Services, a construction company in the Denver metropolitan area. However, being a female CEO in a male-dominated industry is not easy. Denise talks about how one incident pushed her to make a name for herself. All-new Blue Collar Millionaires Wednesdays 10P ET/PT

 

Blue Collar Millionaires: “Despite All of Her Managers Quitting, This CEO Persisted” – When Denise Burgess took helm of the family construction business, her dad had passed away and her managers all left. Denise talks about how she used this low moment as an opportunity to successfully change the business model. All-new Blue Collar Millionaires Wednesdays 10P ET/PT

 

 

Blue Collar Millionaires: “The Smart Move That Gave These Entrepreneurs an Advantage” – Dru Riess and Ray Salinas knew nothing about printing when they started Popular Ink, but that didn’t stop them from becoming successful entrepreneurs. After purchasing a rusted printing machine in a barn, Dru and Ray traveled overseas and figured out a way to beat their competition. All-new Blue Collar Millionaires Wednesdays 10P ET/PT

See millionaire best friends Dru Riess and Ray Salinas of Popular Ink on tonight's episode of CNBC's "Blue Collar Millionaires."

See millionaire best friends Dru Riess and Ray Salinas of Popular Ink on tonight’s episode of CNBC’s “Blue Collar Millionaires.”

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