Undercover Boss New Season

January 16, 2012 by staff 

Undercover Boss New SeasonUndercover Boss New Season, Tonight marks the return of Undercover Boss, and for the season 3 premiere we get to meet the body-building CEO of Diamond Resorts International. Even though he’s the kind of guy who lifts weights, the question now is: can he lift his own weight as a maintenance man in his hotel?

Stephen Cloobeck owns over 200 resorts worldwide, but maybe he’s better off back in the boardroom. On Undercover Boss, he realizes how hard it is facing customers and more, especially since he’s in disguise.

Diamond Resorts International can be found in 28 countries, and has nearly 5,000 team members. If their CEO can manage that many people, surely he can handle those in one hotel. Or maybe not.

On the season 3 premiere, watch Cloobeck as he tries his hand at managing the front desk. He’s also been tasked to answer phones at the call center. But the excitement and anxiety continue as he’s given the chance to replace light fixtures and paint walls.

Unfortunately, his ex-wife has confirmed that he doesn’t even own a hammer. Well, don’t let this guy near a blowtorch.

Oh wait, they will. The hotel, which has been in business for years, might just burn to the ground when their CEO attempts to be Mr. Fix It. This premiere of Undercover Boss sounds like it’s going to be way more fun than we thought.

And what else will Stephen Cloobeck learn from his experience? With him taking a look at what really goes on behind his luxury hotel, he’s bound to find out. He might even manage to work out a few problems his supervisors are having. Trouble is, at what cost?

Catch the premiere of Undercover Boss season 3 tonight, Sunday at 8pm on CBS. Next week, tune in as the show introduces us to Dina Dwyer-Owens, chairwoman of home improvement company The Dwyer Group.

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