Little People Big World News: Roloff Family’s New Business Venture Has Fans Freaking Out
Little People, Big World spoilers reveal that fans are talking about the financial state of Roloff Farms, run by Matt and Amy Roloff for years. The Roloff Family farm does big business in the fall when pumpkins lure visitors and fans alike. This year however, the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the pumpkin season across the country.
In response, Roloff Farms appears to have a new business plan to keep it afloat. But some Little People Big World fans are thinking that the plan represents a desperate measure to keep the dollars coming in. And what is wrong with that? The Roloff Farm has been a family business for decades and no doubt they are especially invested in the business because it is a family-owned venture.
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When they were married Matt and Amy Roloff lived on the farm. Now Amy has her own place and Matt must get it ready for pumpkin season, which isn’t easy considering how the pandemic is affecting things.
When a fan said they hope to see him at the farm this year, he replied, “Hopefully we can open. Just heard our governor @oregongovbrown say things that don’t sound promising for events such as ours. No fairs or large events. We run on a tight margin so we would have to double our prices to meet all the restrictions. We’re going to wait a few weeks and see if things are better. But sounds grim as of today.”
He later added, “So we probably at a minimum have to go to a system where we would charge people to come in just to justify the amount of employees we’d have for cleaning. If we do open for pumpkin season, it might look quite a bit different than past ones. But we don’t know. We might just close down this year and skip a year.” If we all skip 2020, does that mean we don’t have to add it in our age?
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So, what will the Roloff farm do to stem the financial losses in 2020? They’re now hosting small weddings, and Tori Roloff advertised the farm as a wedding venue on her Instagram, too.
How much will it cost you to say “I Do” at the farm? The website states that a two hour rental goes for $850 and can accommodate 25 guests. It comes with picnic tables, a porta-potty and tons of space for guests. It also has a fun gazebo, and a partially covered pavilion.
Roloff Farms sounds like a nice place to get married, but some people are throwing shade on the family’s honest efforts to remain viable.
On social media one person went so far as accuse the family of promoting super spreader events. Others questioned if they were following Oregon COVID protocol. What do you think LPBW fans, are the Roloffs trying to profit at the expense of others or are they simply trying to do whatever they can to preserve their livelihood, and family legacy?
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