Undercover Boss Featured College HUNKS Co-Founders
Have you watched College HUNKS on this Season of Undercover Boss?
You’ve seen them on Shark Tank and Military Makeover, but you’ll see a whole new side of them on UNDERCOVER BOSS. Our founders, Omar Soliman and Nick Friedman, sacrificed the comfort of their corner offices for an undercover mission to examine the inner workings of a College HUNKS Hauling Junk & Moving® franchise.
In the episode, Nick and Omar both went in disguise to work alongside their employees and discover the individual experiences of their employees, as well as examine how their organization is operating. UNDERCOVER BOSS is a two-time Emmy Award-winning reality series that follows high-level executives as they slip anonymously into the rank-and-file of their own organizations.
The College HUNKS Co-Founders were excited about their return to national TV! As the fearless leaders of a multi-million-dollar business, that is also the nation’s leading junk hauling and moving business, Nick and Omar were the first Co-Founders to ever appear together on UNDERCOVER BOSS. The show attracts well over 4 million viewers and was aired following College HUNKS Hauling Junk & Moving’s most profitable year to date.
The episode aired on Friday, January 7th on the CBS Television Network, and Available also on Paramount+.
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Meet Nick Friedman & Omar Soliman
What do you know about the College HUNKS Hauling Junk & Moving bosses, Co-Founder and Visionary Nick Friedman and Co-Founder and CEO Omar Soliman? The co-founders of College HUNKS Hauling Junk and Moving took a closer look at the enterprise they've built through their roles on the CBS series Undercover Boss.
Watch Nick & Omar get a make-under so they won't be recognized—as they separately go in disguise to work alongside the employees at a few College HUNKS locations and learn about their individual experiences—while examining how the organization is operating, and to find areas where we can make improvements to our brand.
Omar gets schooled on the art of packing, wrapping, and moving furniture.
Nick moves heavy furniture down four flights of stairs and into a moving truck.