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Viva Las Vegas with Pamela Huizenga

Self-proclaimed “Rock Hound” Pamela Huizenga brings a laid back, Florida vibe with her wherever she goes. As highlighted in a previous blog post, her general demeanor belies the fact that she lives with a combined family of 7 kids. While this fact is impressive, I’m even more impressed when I see Pamela at the show, at the end of the last day, and she’s still smiling and laughing…and standing! We caught up with her to ask her how she does it!

How many years have you been exhibiting at Couture?  

PH: This will be my 4th year!

What’s your packing strategy?

PH: Bring Everything! Duct tape, velcro, super glue, every display piece and some snacks!

What’s the oddest thing you bring with you?

PH: Last year it was Smoked Salmon Candy! This year … you’ll want to come by and see!

Do you have any tips for staying sane during the show?

PH: Comfy shoes, black tea, snacks  and someone really calm in the booth with you!

Favorite restaurant in Vegas?  

PH: There are other restaurants in Las Vegas?? I never get out of the hotel! I do love Red 8 for good, quick Asian food.

Vegas beauty routine?

PH: Tons of water, shea butter to moisturize and plenty of contact lens drops!

Average number of hours you sleep each night during Couture?

PH: Oh gosh, depends on the night … usually about 6 hours but there is ALWAYS one night that gets away from us and we end up with just a couple hours of sleep. Not this year though…hahaha

What are you most looking forward to this year?

PH: SALES, our new location and SALES!

What are you dreading this year?

PH: My feet, eating too much and packing up to leave…

Signature cocktail?

PH: Caipirinha 

Signature candy?

PH: Reese’s Cups, Snickers and Heath Bars

Theme song?

PH: “No More Drama” by Mary J Blige (not about my man, its for all the other crazy people around me!)

Favorite quote?    

PH: “You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.”  Mae West

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Michelle Orman

Michelle Orman

Michelle Orman is the president of Last Word Communications, which spearheads the public relations for the COUTURE show. A 15+ year veteran of the COUTURE community, Michelle is obsessed with all things jewelry and watch related! To be included in COUTURE Musings, email Michelle at michelle@LastWordComm.com.

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