After hours: Twin Cities execs lead double lives


When it comes to Minnesota's business leaders, looks can be deceiving. Twin Cities Business highlights 10 executives who replace their business attire after hours in unexpected ways.

A few of the high-level execs featured in the article include:

David Wirig, co-founder and CFO of Medical Solutions, plays guitar under the alias Davey Roxx for heavy metal band Hair Metal Mania.

Dan Sullivan, consultant to superDimension, is a jet fighter pilot.

Tabatha Erck, CEO of Chiropractic Care of Minnesota, races around Brainerd International Raceway at 140 miles per hour.

Scott Kadrlik, managing partner at an accounting firm, is a stand-up comedian.

Bob Krowech, founder and CEO of Heat Recovery System Technology, is a bodybuilding and powerlifting vet who has set several state, national, and world records.

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