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Orkin Canada is Subject of Upcoming ‘Undercover Boss Canada’

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Orkin Canada’s Gary Muldoon will go undercover for Jan. 24 episode of the popular reality show.

| January 4, 2013

More About Gary Muldoon

Read the 2006 PCT Leadership Awards profile of Gary Muldoon to learn more about the Orkin Canada President.

“Undercover Boss Canada,” W Network's top-rated series, returns with 10 new venturesome CEOs who go undercover among their own workforce. After two successful blocks, the third installment features bigger personalities and more explosive confrontations with staff as the CEOs strive to keep the customer happy. Their undercover mission leads to surprising and heartwarming discoveries. In the new episodes, viewers will see executives from prevalent Canadian brands such as Wild Wing, Orkin Canada, Clark Builders, Beck Taxi and Bellstar Hotels & Resorts. 

The Jan. 24 episode features Orkin Canada President Gary Muldoon, who will “swap his usual HQ tasks for a snare pole as he joins workers on the frontline to see how the company can play to its strengths.”

The episode premiers on Jan. 24 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

“Undercover Boss Canada” is based on the format devised by Studio Lambert, part of the ALL3MEDIA group of companies.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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