THE COMPETITION HITS THE STREETS AS GOLD RUSH TRIES FOR A WIN ON NBC�S 'THE APPRENTICE'
THE COMPETITION HITS THE STREETS AS GOLD RUSH TRIES FOR A WIN ON NBC'S "THE APPRENTICE"
MONDAY, APRIL 24, 9-10 PM ET/PT
PGA TOUR Player Vijay Singh Guest Stars
NEW YORK � April 20, 2006 � Donald Trump's children, Ivanka and Donald Jr., watch as the candidates engage in an all-out street war while creating a souvenir program for Ellis Island on NBC's "The Apprentice," (Monday, April 24th, 9-10 p.m. ET/PT). The teams race against the clock to take pictures, write copy, create and finally, sell their souvenir programs. The team with the most revenue from the one-day sales event wins and hits the links with one of the world's best golfers, Vijay Singh. The losing team heads to the boardroom where another candidate is fired.
Gold Rush tries to break Synergy's four-week winning streak and struggles amongst themselves while half of Synergy's team misses the boat and gets left behind. The winning contestants travel to the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ to play golf with PGA TOUR Player Vijay Singh and Trump.
Apprentice fans can log on to www.NBC.com to vote for their favorite candidate and track their weekly progress. Leading the online voting this week is Tammy (Los Angeles, Ca.) with 30 percent of the votes; close behind is Roxanne (Austin, Tx.) who led last week but now has 21 percent of the votes and in third is Lee (New York) with 14 percent.
"Gold Rush" - Charmaine, Lee, Tarek, Michael
"Synergy" - Allie, Andrea, Roxanne, Sean, Tammy
"The Apprentice" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions. Mark Burnett, Jay Bienstock and Donald J. Trump are executive producers. Conrad Riggs and Kevin Harris are co-executive producers.