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Shark investor, brand consultant, motivational speaker and author, Daymond John took the retail world by storm after launching FUBU with only $40 in startup capital. This rags-to-riches journey wasn't an overnight success story; John persevered through a multitude of growing pains as he scaled his urban sportswear brand to a veritable fashion juggernaut. Never one to shy away from a new challenge, John has invested in Bubba's Boneless Ribs, a catering business featuring southern-style barbecue ribs made with patented food-processing method. John discovered the mouth-watering ribs on an episode of ABC's Emmy-Award winning reality show Shark Tank, and has parlayed that into an appetizing new partnership with eminent fast-food brand, Carl's Jr.

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Co-hosted by Scott Duffy and Alan Taylor, the podcast/video series travels across the United States in search of the best burger in America, and a side of tasty business advice. Business, sports, celebrities and food collide in a fun, interview-style format where noteworthy guests share the secret sauce needed to build prosperous, game-changing companies.

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