Sunday, June 04, 2006

Will Lee get leied?

Trump International Hotel and Tower Waikiki Beach Walk is a planned 460-unit luxury hotel and residential condominium tower. The building's amenities will include a library, lobby bar, café, outdoor swimming pool, sun terrace with ocean views, indoor/outdoor dining and bar area, cabanas with tropical landscaping and views of the ocean and neighboring park, a private fitness center and spa, and resident and hotel lobbies. Public sales are expected to begin in late spring, with construction of the 350-foot tower starting in early 2007. Completion is scheduled for early 2009.

This project will be featured on Monday night's finale of The Apprentice. The winner could be hired to support this development in Hawaii, where kosher food would be a big challenge.

Hawaiian Vacations for Less

8 Comments:

At 6/04/2006 9:57 AM, Anonymous leah said...

The winner could be hired to support this development in Hawaii, WHERE KOSHER FOOD WOULD BE A BIG CHALLANGE.


uh oh

 
At 6/04/2006 11:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

In past seasons the winner had a choice of two projects. Let's hope the other is in New York or Miami.

 
At 6/04/2006 11:35 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

www.voteforlee.com

 
At 6/04/2006 2:33 PM, Anonymous JustSomeRandomGuy said...

http://www.kosherdelight.com/Hawaii.shtml


I think he would be able to manage.

 
At 6/04/2006 2:35 PM, Anonymous JustSomeRandomGuy said...

and of course he's fully capable of kashering a kitchen and having foods shipped - this is the 21st century...

 
At 6/04/2006 3:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

But what would Sara do?

 
At 6/05/2006 8:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does Best Buy have a roll tonight?

They sure are pumping an "As Seen on The Apprentice" for SLS in Their Sunday Ad and on the Best Buy website.

 
At 6/06/2006 1:25 AM, Anonymous Hershel said...

Hawaii is paradise. And a job with Donald Trump in Hawaii with a Trump style salary is pure heaven.

When Sean said New York, Lee should have said Hawaii. I don't know, some jews are too close to their parents. I've worked in Texas, Michigan, and Florida. Working outside of typical America (New York, Florida, California) has been the best thing in my life.

Whatever happened to the wandering jew? The jew who goes to new places? Seriously, Abraham wasn't afraid of going to a land he knew nothing about and Lee is afraid of Hawaii? Crazy.

 

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