Donald Trump Picks Executive from True Type Printing To Compete on "The Apprentice"
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK, NY, September 16, 2005 — For the first time, a printing industry executive will be among the 18 young entrepreneurs hand-picked by Donald Trump to compete for his approval when the fourth season of NBC's TV show, "The Apprentice" premieres on September 22nd.
Brian Mandelbaum, 24, Director of Business Development of New York City-based True Type Printing, and one of the youngest executives in the New York graphics market, has been selected to endure a series of rigorous tasks on the show that will test his business insight and management acumen. Mandelbaum will continue in his True Type post during the course of the competition on the Trump reality show.
Martin Maloney, Executive Director of The Print Council, stated, "We're very pleased that Brian has been selected to be a candidate on 'The Apprentice'. Through his appearance on the show, the printing industry has a great opportunity to increase awareness within a huge, young national audience of the leadership opportunities that our business presents to budding printing executives. We wish him success in his quest."
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