Igor Milosevic is the longest serving manager in the company. He started as a doorman at Mason Inn, where his knowledge of fake IDs was so legendary that occasionally police officers would stop by to ask him for his expertise. He quickly became a manager and after the company sold Mason Inn, he joined the Hawthorne team in 2016. His experience with high volume operations and customer service is critical to Hawthorne's success. It is rumored that the movie "Roadhouse" was loosely based on his life story. When not working at one of his two jobs, he is a leader of the "Stop Selfies" movement, roots for the Sacramento Kings and enjoys educating customers being escorted out that Russia and Serbia are actually not the same country.