Demi and Cooper is excited to announce that we will be closing for three months beginning July 1, 2010 to support Charles Falls, President, as he competes on NBC’s “The Apprentice: Season 10.” Falls was selected at an open casting call held March 1, and after an extensive interview process and business review, received word that he will be one of the contestants last week.
“I attended the casting call on a whim. Clients and associates had told me that I would make a good contestant, and I happened to be in Chicago the day of the call,” said Falls. “The Donald was friendly, and much shorter in person than I’d imagined. And his hair is as interesting in person as it is on TV.”
Season 10 begins filming July 1, and this season offers a new twist: contestants can rely on a team of employees for research, brainstorming, and support. So Demi and Cooper will take a break from all work to assist Falls as he earns his standing as Donald Trump’s next Apprentice.
“I simply couldn’t ask for a better team of people standing behind me,” said Falls. “And all clients have approved the scheduled pause in work, since this will certainly get them extra exposure once the show airs.”
Falls explained that he plans to wear ties that display Demi and Cooper client logos, and he will mention clients by name at every opportunity. “For example, ‘Well, The Donald, when this same situation happened at Sherman Hospital, one of the best community hospitals in the nation, here is what we did…'”
“The Apprentice: Season 10” will air beginning in September. Stay tuned for more information as we approach our scheduled closing, and be prepared to cheer Falls on.
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Congrats! Can’t wait to watch you in action with Donald!
I am not going to lie I had to read the first sentence twice because I thought in the back of my head, there is no way they are closing the doors. Well Played Sir
Hi Charles. That is great news. I’m a big fan of the show. I have no doubt you will be in the boardroom until the end.