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23 January 2004

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua – (Press Release) -- The ultimate opportunity for young entrepreneurs, NBC's "The Apprentice" gives ambitious candidates the chance to win a guaranteed six-figure job working for Donald Trump. After three episodes a field that started with over 215,000 ambitious applicants has been narrowed down to 13 remaining candidates vying for the career opportunity of a lifetime. Adding further intrigue for fans of the reality series, today announced odds on which candidate will be selected by "The Donald" to work for New York's largest real estate developer.

A publicly-traded gaming company with over 10 years of bookmaking experience, has listed individual odds for the 13 remaining contestants vying for "the dream job of a lifetime." currently lists Katrina Campins as the early favorite to survive the job interview process and win the position with the Trump Organization at 3/1 odds (i.e., win $3 for every $1 bet). Xerox salesman Nick Warnock has been listed with the second best odds at 9/2, while native New Yorker Ereka Vetrini comes in at 5/1 because of her extensive international business experience. Other candidates believes may emerge from the pack and be hired by Mr. Trump include: chiropractic clinic operator Jessie Connors (6/1), cigar company founder and entrepreneur Bill Rancic (7/1), small real estate developer Troy McClain (7/1), and Harvard business school graduate Kwame Jackson (8/1).

"Although all of the candidates have had enough business savvy to have successful careers up to this point in their lives, they have never faced the sizeable task of trying to win the approval of anyone of Donald Trump's stature," said Simon Noble, CEO of "We've opened up betting with Katrina as the early favorite because of her expertise in real estate and keen business sense. Of course a number of competitors could easily capture Mr. Trump's attention -- possibly Ereka with her extensive international experience and impressive resume, Bill's ambitious entrepreneurship or Jessie with her humble beginnings and self-made success story."

The remaining contestants have been listed by as long shots to earn an opportunity to work for Donald Trump, which include: Amy Henry (10/1), Kristi Frank (12/1), Heidi Bressler (12/1), Omorosa Manigault-Stallworth (15/1), Bowie Hogg (15/1), and Tammy Lee (20/1). All current odds are subject to change.

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