The second Season of The Apprentice ever

THE SECOND SEASON OF THE APPRENTICE
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What was the second Season of The Apprentice?

In September 2004, The Donald and his Boardroom came back to fill the television screens in our living rooms as we geared up to watch Donald Trump choose from a group of highly-skilled candidates to find out who would ultimately become his apprentice. Donald Trump was coming out with the new season following the huge success of the first season of the show the previous year and he had some twists planned to make even better and more exciting than the previous year’s selection process. While the men and women were divided to form 2 teams, just as they were in the first season, each team then had to choose one member to send to the other team, to play for them. The person that was chosen for each team then became the Project Manager for that team for the first week. The second twist was that a winning Project Manager from one week could not be fired the following week, should their team end up in the Boardroom. The last twist that Trump added was that the losing Project Manager had the choice of bringing 2 or 3 people into the Boardroom with them, instead of just the 2 that were allowed during the first season of the show.

The season lasted for 15 weeks and ran from September 9, 2004 – December 16, 2004 and in the end, Kelly Perdew emerged as the winner, after facing runner-up, Jennifer Massey, in a fierce head-to-head competition. Perdew, at 37, was the oldest candidate on the second season of The Apprentice and had a very heavy military background. Donald Trump hired him to oversee and market Trump Place as well as become Executive Vice-President for Donald Trump’s own brand of water, Trump Ice. Perdew now works as CEO of RotoHog.com, which provides sports fantasy games for Fortune 1000 companies and major sports leagues.



The second Season of The Apprentice ever

The second Season of The Apprentice ever

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