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Podcast Highlight: Wholesalers Still Smacking Heads Over Not Hiring This High-Energy Industry Personality

Creating the industry’s largest social media group was just one part of her high-energy sales approach.

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THE SUDDEN RISE of Jewelers Helping Jewelers was one of the biggest surprises on jewelry-industry social media in the last three years. But how has the group’s success changed the life of its founder, wholesale diamond dealer Aleah Arundale?


Podcast Highlight: Wholesalers Still Smacking Heads Over Not Hiring This High-Energy Industry Personality
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In this excerpt from the latest episode of the JimmyCast podcast, host Jimmy DeGroot asks Aleah how many job offers she has received due to the notoriety of her group. Aleah shares that there are at least a few people out there who really wish that they had hired her when they had a chance.

Want to hear the full podcast? Catch it below.

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


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