EAST WENATCHEE — Ashley Olson thought she’d lost it all. The week of grueling competitions, the in-your-face arguments, the emotional peaks and plunges had come to an end, and she had nothing to show for it. Nada. Zero. Zip.
But minutes after her competitor on the cable network reality show “Be the Boss” walked away with the supposedly top award, TV producers surprised Olson on screen with an even bigger prize — the opportunity to open her own store in a city of her own choice.