August 25, 2004

Apprentice runner-up makes Trump-sized deal of his own

Kwame Jackson, runner-up of the first season of NBC & Donald Trump's The Apprentice, has pieced together a deal that would make "The Donald" proud.

With two other partners, Jackson has made a deal with officials in Prince George's County in Maryland to develop an 80 to 130 acre area into commercial and residential property.

The deal is worth $3.8 billion and will provide over 32,000 jobs, Jackson said.

Jackson's company, Legacy Holdings, is also making plans to release an executive menswear line and a television show.

Season one of The Apprentice was released on video this week; season two premieres on NBC on Thursday, September 9.

Posted by mhking at August 25, 2004 07:16 AM

Great . . . just more cars on the road and taking up space at the New Carrollton metro station. :-((

Posted by: Lola at August 25, 2004 11:13 AM

Dang it!!!!!

P.G. County is already reaching over price point!!

Posted by: DarkStar at August 25, 2004 08:53 PM
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