Dramatic Surprises for Two Employees of The Melting Pot Revealed on New A&E "Be the Boss" Series
TAMPA, Fla. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - During a surprise ending to Sunday night's new A&E original real life series "Be the Boss" it was revealed two employees of The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc., rather than just one, were rewarded in grand style after a rigorous competition to create the perfect night out for their restaurant guests. The Melting Pot is the world's premier fondue restaurant franchise with more than 140 locations across the world.
Viewers witnessed Jason Long, general manager of The Melting Pot in Warrington, Pa., and Terry Love, lead server from The Melting Pot, Louisville, Ky., as they were pitted against each other for the battle of a lifetime and chance to win what they thought was the opportunity for one of them to earn a promotion. After an intensive competition evaluating who best communicated The Melting Pot's customized fondue dining experience and embodied the high standards of the world's premier fondue restaurant, the workers and their families were shocked to learn they would both be rewarded.
As the show concluded, Long learned he had won one of the biggest prizes in all of television by being awarded his very own franchise, which can cost hundreds of thousands and even exceed one million dollars while Love learned he was being promoted to a new position as The Melting Pot's director of team member communications.
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