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Joseph DePinto
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Entrepreneur
    (circa 1964- )
    Born in United States
    Native of Chicago, Illinois
    Resides in Southlake, Texas
    President and CEO of 7-Eleven, Inc.
    Appeared in the CBS reality series 'Undercover Boss'
    Appeared on 'Oprah'
    He is called 'The Sultan of the Slurpee.'
    Another title he has is 'The King of Convenience.'
    On 'Undercover Boss' he worked in the actual 7-Eleven stores masquerading as an out of work real estate professional named Danny.
    While working under Phil's supervision at the 7-Eleven's bakery/production plant in Baltimore, he could not place the ready-to-bake pastries on a moving line quickly enough.
    He left behind a luxurious lifestyle for one week while disguised as an entry-level worker at his corporation's stores.
    In one funny scene, he was observed slacking off by a Medford, New York employee named Waquas who then commented that he wasn't working very hard.
    He had all of the people he worked directly with transported to 7-Eleven's Dallas headquarters to reveal his true identity and his real corporate position.
    He started an organ donor awareness program after discovering that one dedicated employee, Dolores, who worked for a New York 7-Eleven for over 18 years, undergoes dialysis twice a week.
    He also discovered that Dolores is the reason the New York location sells 2100 coffees per day (because she knows the customers by name and is a mother/grandmother figure to many of them).
    He rewarded another hardworking employee Kazakhstan immigrant named Igor a vacation getaway for him and his wife plus his own franchise.
    He offered Waquas (who worked at a store through the night while working for a bachelor's degree) mentorship to advance into the 7-Eleven corporation.
    He was so impressed by Phil's drawings, he gave Phil a side position in the creative division in 7-Eleven's marketing/advertising department.
    At a celebration corporate meeting announcing changes resulting from his undercover work, videos of his goofs during his stints played making the attendees chuckle.

Credit: Batty


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