(ALL TIMES ARE IN ET)
"How I Made My Millions #3" will premiere on Thursday, February 17th at 9pm, and will repeat that evening at 12am.
The 30 minute show will also re-air on Sunday, February 20th at 9pm.
FOR TV HIGHLIGHTS CONSIDERATION:
'HOW I MADE MY MILLIONS"
CNBC's "How I Made My Millions" goes behind the curtain to reveal how everyday people have taken ordinary ideas and turned them in extraordinary businesses. Companies that have surpassed that magic number of a million dollars.
Each of these entrepreneurs took a risk, believed in their dream and, thanks to a lot of hard work and a little luck, became millionaires.
"How I Made My Millions" puts the American Dream on display and shows you that it's alive and well if you have the heart, the desire and the know-how to make it big.
Moose Tracks - Wally Blume took Moose Tracks, vanilla ice cream with chocolate fudge and chocolate covered peanut butter cups, from regional phenomenon in Michigan, to a national hit not by making it.. but by licensing the right to make it with his ingredients.
Headblade - Todd Greene finds a way to make millions off his hair loss by creating a razor specifically designed to shave heads: the HeadBlade.
Turbo Tap - The need for a quick beer leads Matt Younkle to create the Turbo Tap, a device that pours two to four times faster and produces less foam than traditional taps.
Idea Paint - Broadening the brainstorming environment, two college friends are selling erasable paint that turns entire rooms.. walls.. and halls.. into whiteboards.
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