wedding

Amy Roloff Postponing Her Wedding Might Be Proof She’s Not Marrying on Roloff Farms

Season 21 of Little People, Big World is here, and fans are excited to see how Amy Roloff’s relationship with Chris Marek progresses. The two got engaged last season, and Amy is busily planning her big day. But it seems her wedding plans are postponed to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Zach Roloff recently talked about Amy’s nuptials. And her choice to postpone might also be a sign that she’s not marrying on Roloff Farms. Here’s why.

Amy Roloff is planning her wedding to Chris Marek

Amy Roloff
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After her divorce from Matt Roloff, Amy made it known she never thought she’d get married again. But Marek changed her mind. The couple seems happier than ever together, and now that Amy’s moved off of Roloff Farms and into her own place,

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shopping

Bambuser enters a proof of concept agreement with a world-leading home furnishing retailer for Live Video Shopping

STOCKHOLM, Oct. 5, 2020/PRNewswire/ — Bambuser AB has entered into a `proof of concept’ agreement worth SEK 1.12 million with a world-leading home furnishing retailer. The agreement concerns Live Video Shopping in three markets during the proof of concept phase, which lasts for a total of three months starting October 2020.

Bambuser AB has signed a `proof of concept’ agreement for Live Video Shopping with one of the world’s largest and most established home furnishing retail companies. The agreement gives the customer the right to use Live Video Shopping at a fixed cost of SEK 1.12 million in three of their markets during three months.

This is information that Bambuser AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was sent for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, on October 5, 2020.

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clothing

Future proof clothing: will this label protect you from Covid? | Fashion

Vollebak, a British clothing label for adventurous men with disposable incomes, aims to make products so simple and arresting that they can be pitched in two or three words. Take the Indestructible Puffer, a jacket claimed to be 15 times stronger than steel and pretty well impossible to rip. Or the 100 Year Hoodie, which would survive a blowtorching or a trip down a volcano, if that’s how you spend your Sundays. Or the Garbage Watch, a timepiece inspired by WALL-E and the Pompidou Centre in Paris, and made from off-cuts of the 50m tonnes of electronic waste produced globally each year.

“We judge a lot of things by, ‘Can I explain it to my kid?’” says 41-year-old Nick Tidball, who founded Vollebak in 2015 with his identical twin brother, Steve. “And now I can explain all of our ideas to our children. Because if they don’t get it,

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