WEDDING BELLS RING THIS WEEK ON NBC'S 'THE APPRENTICE' (NOVEMBER 11, 9-10PM ET) AS THE FINAL NINE CANDIDATES CREATE AND OPERATE A BRIDAL SHOP
"I know something about weddings, unfortunately...but some day I'm going to get it right," says Trump.
NEW YORK -- November 10, 2004 -- Donald Trump returns to the altar on NBC's "The Apprentice" when he gathers the final nine candidates at New York landmark Tavern on the Green (November 11, 9-10pm ET). "I know something about weddings, unfortunately...but some day I'm going to get it right," says Trump.
He then ushers the candidates into the 30-billion dollar wedding industry, assigning each team to create and operate their own bridal shop and then showcase their wears during a one-night only sale. The team that earns the greatest profit wins.
Chris' controversial comments about his team's "horrible" chemistry last week have put him in the vulnerable position of leading "Apex," especially when pitted against wedding-planner Sandy on "Mosaic." Will Chris' unorthodox techniques triumph over the odds? One team's marketing strategies are way off base while the other team utilizes a powerful wedding-based website to promote their sale.
"MOSAIC": Maria, Sandy, Kelly, Andy, and Wes
"APEX": Ivana, Jennifer M., Kevin and Chris
Week 10 Boardroom Exemption: Sandy
"The Apprentice" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions in association with Trump Productions LLC. Mark Burnett, Donald Trump and Jay Bienstock are executive producers. Conrad Riggs and Kevin Harris are co-executive producers.