Winner of the NBC's 'The Apprentice II' to be Honored with 'Outstanding Young Californian' Award

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The winner of NBCÂ?s Â?The Apprentice IIÂ?, Kelly Perdew, will be one of 12 honorees of the California Junior ChamberÂ?s annual Â?Outstanding Young CalifornianÂ? Award for his contributions and service to charitable causes.

The winner of NBC’s ‘The Apprentice II’, Kelly Perdew, will be one of 12 honorees of the California Junior Chamber’s annual ‘Outstanding Young Californian’ Award for his contributions and service to charitable causes.

Kelly Perdew was hired Donald Trump’s apprentice in ‘The Apprentice II’and has been assigned to several high profile projects for the Trump organization since winning. Prior to winning ‘The Apprentice’ Kelly held multiple Chairman and CEO positions, however recently Kelly has moved into advisory and Board of Director positions with his other business ventures.

“Giving something back” has always been a big part of Kelly’s life. This includes his service in the United States Military, his participation in the Los Angeles, Big Brother/Big Sister program, and for many years he coached children in basketball.

At this time, he is actively supporting three different groups of charitable causes: Cancer, Kids, and Animals. Specifically, he is committed to helping fight breast cancer.

To honor Kelly’s service and contributions to these causes, the California Junior Chamber will honor him with the ‘Outstanding Young Californian’ award. As an honoree of this award, Kelly will also be considered for the prestigious United States Junior Chamber’s ‘Ten Outstanding Young Americans’ (TOYA) award, which will be given in Boston in September of this year.

What: Outstanding Young Californian Awards to honor Kelly Perdew and 11 other recipients for their contributions and service to charity.

Where: Irvine Marriott Hotel, 18000 Von Karman, Irvine, CA

When: Saturday, April 23rd, 7:00pm

Who: Kelly Perdew, who just a few months ago became Donald Trump’s second apprentice. He will be honored by the California Junior Chamber (a.k.a. ‘The California Jaycees’) whose purpose is ‘Leadership Training Through Community Service.”

Why: As the last line of the Junior Chamber’s creed reads, “Service to humanity is the best work of life”, Kelly Perdew has served as a living example of this leadership philosophy. Since “giving back” to charitable causes such as cancer, kids, and animals has become a way of life for Mr. Perdew, the Junior Chamber will honor him as an Outstanding Young Californian.

Interview Opportunities: Kelly Perdew is available for interviews on Saturday evening following the awards at the Irvine Marriott Hotel.

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