Self-made billionaire Glenn Stearns reveals what it takes to save a struggling business when he's called on to rescue Tipsy Bean, an Erie coffee shop with huge potential but suffering from a fatal flaw.
Glenn brings in a secret weapon to turn Erie native and natural-born entrepreneur Michael Hooks' multiple hustles and side gigs into a business empire that will change people's lives.
Glenn calls on his friend Cat Cora to help save a 60-year-old Italian diner, but husband-and-wife owners Tony and Tina Ferraro must learn to adapt to the times if they want to keep the nostalgic eatery alive.
Glenn returns to save Lake Erie Rubber, a staple of Erie manufacturing that's fallen on hard times. To secure a big deal, Glenn puts owner Jon Meighan through a salesman bootcamp and challenges him to think outside the box to reinvent the business.
Glenn teams up with Tae Bo inventor Billy Blanks to transform a struggling karate studio into a full-fledged fitness empire, but to do it, owner Brian Arrington has to turn his part-time side project into a full-time second career.
Glenn takes on his biggest challenge yet: saving his own business. Glenn makes major changes at Underdog BBQ when he sheds dead weight, taps into new sources of revenue, and makes a big decision that shocks everyone.