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Podcast Highlight: Trade Show Foot Pain, and Secrets for Avoiding It, on ‘The Barb Wire’

It’s all about rotating your shoes.

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IN THIS EXCERPT from the latest episode of The Barb Wire podcast, host Barbara Palumbo and guest Jen Cullen Williams of Luxury Brand hit on an issue that affects most women (and many men) who attend trade shows — shoe pain, and the surprisingly involved strategies for avoiding said ailment. The two go on to discuss a popular industry hashtag, #vegasshoes, where industry members reveal their footwear choices for the big event on social media. Listen to the excerpt above and the full podcast below.

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THE BARB WIRE EPISODE 2: JEN CULLEN WILLIAMS (61:38 MINUTES)


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Barbara Palumbo is a watch and jewelry industry writer, journalist and speaker. She manages the blogging websites Adornmentality.com and Whatsonherwrist.com.

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