Gary and the crew head to Las Vegas to meet with Holly Webster, the founder of Cake Azure, a bakery that specializes in custom fondant work. Then they head over to New Orleans to meet with Marin Tockman, owner of Dashing Bicycles, a modern bicycle boutique powered by women.
Gary and the crew head to Flagstaff, Ariz., to meet with Joe Bechard and Kris Porthier, creator of Chateau Tumbleweed, an independent winery and tasting room. Then they head over to Houston to meet with fashion designer Onyii Brown, owner of Onyii and Co., a luxury lifestyle clothing brand that caters to women.
Gary and the crew head to Flagstaff, Ariz., to meet with Summer and Mike Sanders, co-owners of Local Juicery, a superfood kitchen that makes organic cold-pressed juice and healthy cuisine. Then they head over to Las Vegas to meet with Fredrick Hutson, owner of Pigeonly, a company that provides families with low-cost inmate communication.
Jessica Honegger, owner of Noonday Collection, a business that uses fashion to create employment opportunities around the world; and Shawn Baker, owner of Tantrums, a business that allows individuals to release frustrations in a safe and effective way, one baseball bat at a time.
Gary and the crew head to Las Vegas to meet with Cathy Brooks, owner of Hydrant Club, a dog boarding and training facility. Then they head to Grand Rapids, Mich., to meet with Sara Moylan, owner of Shefit, an athletic apparel company.
Gary and the crew head to New Orleans to meet with Daniel Victory, the founder of Victory Nola, a bar-meets-classroom operation that teaches visitors how to make classic New Orleans cocktails. Then they head over to Grand Rapids, Mich., to meet with Jeff Butzow, a fishmonger and the owner of Fish Lads of Grand Rapids, a seafood restaurant and fresh seafood store.
Gary and the crew head to Austin, Texas, to meet with Jeremiah Newton, owner of the Bearded Bastard, a legendary beard grooming products made by hand. Then they head over to Detroit to meet with Amina Daniels, owner of Live Cycle Delight, which is the first contemporary cycle studio to offer cycling classes, a bike lounge, and a cold-pressed juice bar.
Gary and the crew head to Las Vegas to meet with Guy Seeklus, owner of Camel Safari, a camel ride and Segway tour experience. Then they head over to Phoenix to meet with Brandon Boetto, owner of SlabHaus, a business specializing in high-end concrete home furnishings.
Gary and the crew head to Austin, Texas to meet with Jan Goetgeluk, owner of Virtuix, a virtual reality company that created the Virtuix Omni motion platform. Then they head over to Las Vegas to meet with Lizzie Newman and Trevor Yopp, the owners of Kappa Toys, a design-minded toy store, with a wide selection of oddities and classics.
Gary and the crew head to St. Louis to meet with Nikki Moon, owner of Bay Town Inn, a luxurious bed and breakfast right in the heart of Bay St. Louis. Then they head over to Houston to meet with Ohad Nezer and Jake Boshernitzan, owner of Knocki, a tech hardware company.
Gary and the crew head to Phoenix to meet with Thomas Porter, owner of Porter Barn Wood, Arizona's number one resource for reclaimed lumber. Then they head over to Houston to meet with Nicole Buergers, the founder of Bee2Bee Honey Collective, a honeybee farm that provides local honey and bee keeping services.
Gary and the crew head to Austin, Texas, to talk with Jae Kim, owner of Chi'Lantro, a Korean BBQ-inspired food truck and catering company. Then they head over to Phoenix to meet with Sarah Williams and April Gould, co-founders of Goat Yoga, which features interactive yoga with trained goats.
The Season 5 premiere finds Gary heading to New Orleans to talk with Burnell Cotlon, owner of Lower 9th Ward Market, a convenience store, barber shop, and Laundromat that's saving the community. Then they head to Flagstaff, Ariz., to talk with Paul Kent, creator of Flagstaff Extreme, a treetop adventure course.