The Today Show: Barry Bordelon, Jordan Slocum (NBC, June 5, 2024)

The Today Show

On Wednesday, June 5, 2024, The Today Show will celebrate 30 years on the Plaza with a variety of exciting segments.

Barry Bordelon, a licensed real estate salesperson and partner at Brownstone Boys, will join the show to offer his expertise in historical brownstone properties and renovation. Bordelon, originally from New Orleans, has an intimate knowledge of Brooklyn and Manhattan neighborhoods and is passionate about helping others find their place in the dynamic city.

Jordan Slocum, an academic advisor at Texas A&M University, will also be featured on the show. Slocum works specifically with students in the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications, offering guidance and support.

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Additionally, viewers can look forward to a Steals & Deals: Summer Must-Haves segment with Jill Martin, a ‘Today’ show contributor and lifestyle and commerce correspondent. Martin Brooks, who recently shared her experience with breast cancer, offers exclusive deals to viewers, ensuring they can spice up their wardrobes and meals without breaking the bank.

The show will also welcome Katherine Lewin, who will present BIG Night Parties ideas for viewers to try out. Lewin will showcase her expertise in hosting and provide tips for creating memorable gatherings.

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Other segments include TODAY’s Checklist: Improve Your Nutrition for Summer with Vanessa Rissetto, TODAY’s Big Dare: Craig Babysits, Catching Up with… Julio Torres, Travel Your Favorite Action Movies This Summer with Misty Belles, and Try This TODAY: People’s 2024 Food Awards with Sonal Dutt.

The Today Show airs weekdays at 7:00–9:00 a.m. and 9:00–10:00 a.m. on NBC.

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