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Secret Millionaire – Season 4 Episode 2 “Jay Deutsch: Phoenix, AZ” – 8/11/13 RECAP

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Secret Millionaire returns to ABC tonight with a new episode called, “Jay Deutsch: Phoenix, AZ.”

On tonight’s show self-made millionaire and marketing guru Jay Deutsch spends a week working with grassroots organizations in Phoenix, including a coffee shop that helps victims of domestic violence and a sports program for children in need.

Each week of the show follows one of America’s most successful business people for one week as they leave behind their lavish lifestyles, sprawling mansions and luxury jets, conceal their true identities, and go to live and volunteer in some of the most impoverished and dangerous neighborhoods in the country. Their mission is to discover deserving individuals who continually sacrifice everything to help those in need, and ultimately encourage others to do the same.

On tonight’s show Marketing guru and self-made millionaire Jay Deutsch – Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of BDA – leaves his life in the Pacific Northwest to travel to Phoenix, Arizona in search of people and organizations in need. Deutsch is participating in “Secret Millionaire” in honor of Susan Brockert, a friend and longtime BDA employee who was murdered by her boyfriend during a company retreat.

While in Phoenix, he encounters many grass-roots organizations, including Cup O’ Karma, a non-profit that supports victims of domestic violence, Heart For The City, an after-school program that teaches young boys not only the fundamentals of football, but life lessons with a mission rooted in education, and A Stepping Stone Foundation, a community-based organization providing educational programs for both children and their parents. After spending a week in Phoenix, Deutsch shares the surprise of a lifetime with these philanthropic organizations.

Tonight’s episode 2 looks like it going to be great and you won’t want to miss it!

SEE THE FULL RECAP OF THE SHOW HERE …


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