PSU Places Three Teams in Common Man Appentice Dessert Competition

November 17th, 2008 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H.-
The popular Common Man Apprentice Dessert competition is underway, pitting business students from St. Anselm College and Plymouth State University in creating a dessert for the Common Man Restaurant group.

In photo, Common Man CEO Jason Lyon, right, congratulates
The Not-So Common Moose team, including Ezra Dalton, Kaily Nash and Charlee-Ann Charron,for their effort.

The competition is modeled after the reality TV show, ‘The Apprentice,’ featuring Donald Trump. Head chefs from the restaurant chain select the three best desserts from contests at each school. Those six winning entries are then put on the menu in November at each of the five Common Man restaurants in a head-to-head competition, with the winner decided by total sales. Plymouth State’s entries include Not-So Common Moose, Nannie’s Cinnamon Carrot Cake and Apple Pecan Cake.

For more information about this release, contact Bruce Lyndes, PSU Media Relations Mgr., (603) 535-2775 or Bruce Lyndes

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