After hours: Twin Cities execs lead double lives

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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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