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Podcast Highlight: Social Group Has Made a True Difference in People’s Lives

Founder says: “If that’s not a success, I don’t know what success is.”

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HOW BIG AN IMPACT has trading and networking on Jewelers Helping Jewelers had on some of its most active members? Absolutely huge, says the group’s founder, Aleah Arundale of Olympian Diamonds.


Podcast Highlight: Social Group Has Made a True Difference in People’s Lives
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In this excerpt from the latest episode of JimmyCast, Aleah shares a few of the jeweler success stories that meant the most to her, including one JHJ member who was able to expand his family in a big way after opening 90 new accounts on the social media network.

Want to hear the full podcast? Catch it below.

JIMMYCAST EPISODE 14: ALEAH ARUNDALE (21:57 MINUTES)


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