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1/8/2013 1:44:00 PM
Undercover Boss sneaks up on Williams
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Jim Rogers (right), chief executive officer of Kampgrounds of America Inc. (KOA), will transform into mild-mannered Tim Bickford (above), an out-of-work accountant from San Francisco on CBS's hit series "Undercover Boss" on this Friday's episode. Rogers and the "Undercover Boss" team will visit the Williams/Circle Pines KOA as part of the episode where Rogers will work alongside the campgrounds owners, Bruce and Lori Zeller.

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Posted: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Article comment by: Lawrence Walter

Hey Bruce!!!

Saw you on undercover boss, Chillin at my sis' house, never saw the program before. We were having a beer and snickerin at the boss cause he looked like Steven King but more clumbsy....anyway they were talking to people and I wasn't payin attention much and I heard your voice....weird but I looked up at the TV and I said HEY, thats Bruce Zellar. My bro in law said I had too much a minute they showed you and Lori and I said IT IS BRUCE, i know him anywhere! Wow, smallish world heh! Well, I AM an out of work bum, starving artist whatever you call it. Camp life is cool. my good bud Jimmy P. might take a trip out, he loves the camp scene. Would love it myself. Thought I would say HEy and cool to see yA!
Larry Walter

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