Episode airs on Wednesday, May 18 at 10:00pm (ET)
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) May 17, 2016
On Wednesday’s episode of CNBC’s “Secret Lives of the Super Rich”, viewers get an inside look at the luxurious life of entrepreneur and global haircare CEO Carolyn Aronson. VIP access is granted to Aronson’s life outside of the boardroom, aboard her mega yacht, “She’s a 10.”
Set in Miami at the exclusive waterfront seafood brasserie Seaspice, the show joins the soiree on-board and follows to a luxurious experience once inside the restaurant. Carolyn, her husband Jeff Aronson, and special guests, who are Aronson’s close personal friends, include musician Fat Joe; Professional baseball player Cliff Floyd; and Radio Personality, Musician and Author, Angie Martinez.
Viewers take a tour of She’s A 10, a 164-foot custom motor yacht that sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 bedrooms and features luxury amenities including an on-deck Jacuzzi, designer Jonathan Adler interior furnishings and an array of water sport toys.
Tune in on Wednesday, May 18 at 10:00pm EST for exclusive access into the Secret Lives of the Super Rich, featuring Carolyn Aronson.
About Carolyn Aronson
CEO Carolyn Aronson, a former stylist and salon owner, is a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist and co-owner of It’s a 10 Haircare. Inspired by years of first-hand salon experiences, the now well-known hair care line is sold in salons and beauty supply stores worldwide. The product collection includes exceptional 10-in-1 multipurpose products perfected and simplified to one unique line providing all possible hair care needs.
About CNBC Secret Lives of the Super Rich
Secret Lives of the Super Rich is a prime time television show hosted by CNBC wealth reporter and New York Times best-selling author Robert Frank. Each half-hour episode features some of the most expensive mega-mansions, mega-yachts, private jets and super cars in the world. New episodes premiere Wednesday nights at 10pm.
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