Shoes driving big business, risk for teens

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  • Young people are dying for high-priced sneakers
  • Trading shoes can also be huge business for kids

Elhadji Sall, 17, and his mentor Perry Williams, are hip to the sneaker game – the buying and selling of high-priced sneakers. While kids can become young entrepreneurs, there’s a level of danger involved.

"If you look in your kid’s closet and…they purchase a lot of shoes, you should be vigilant," Williams said. In the video, he explains how those in the game can keep safe and other tips parents need to know.

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