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Chef Jason Santos Part of Boston Globe Celebrity Chef Round Up

C3 Entertainment, Chef Jason Santos

The Boston Globe by Lisa Zwirn – “…Santos, 40, followed his “Hell’s Kitchen” success with numerous public and TV appearances. “If you’re going to pay me $10,000 to show up, I’m going to show up,” he says. “I was capitalizing on the celebrity I had,” which has included more than a dozen appearances on CBS’s “The Talk.” Through licensing agreements — “$60,000 upfront plus royalties,” he says — he’ll soon be marketing a line of sodas, sauces, and herb kits at mass merchandisers including Walmart, Target, and Home Depot.”

Chef Jason Santos, who was on “Hell’s Kitchen,” co-owns Abby Lane, Back Bay Harry’s, and the soon-to-open Buttermilk & Bourbon.

Chef Jason Santos, who was on “Hell’s Kitchen,” co-owns Abby Lane, Back Bay Harry’s, and the soon-to-open Buttermilk & Bourbon.

Read full article – The Boston Globe – These chefs became famous on TV. What has it done for them lately? Jason Santos

Arby’s: The Curly Fry

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The Three Stooges are excited to be part of Arby’s Restaurants new national television advertising campaign which features Curly in promotion of Arby’s Curly Frys. The famous “Curly Fry” is part of Arby’s new food and fun promotion. Who better to sing the praises of his namesake other than the ambassador of food and fun himself: Curly, of course. Why, soitenly!

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