Washington State University has an article about the desire of their disability association to bring Amy Roloff to campus in February as a guest speaker. The article states that they're seeking support to fund it because it costs $7000 to have Amy speak.
"The ASWSU Senate worked to amend outdated regulations and shared updates on the ongoing goal to improve campus life at Wednesday evening’s meeting.
Ashley Rockwell spoke on behalf of the WSU Disability Awareness Association. The association requested $2,500 from ASWSU to support an event in February to present information about disabilities. Rockwell said they hope to invite Amy Roloff, a public speaker made famous by TLC’s "Little People, Big World."
“I think it’s important that other organizations support us,” Rockwell said.
“People will come to see her. And if people learn about disabilities because they came to see her, that’s great.” Rockwell said the association cannot afford to invite Roloff without support because it costs $7,000 to bring her to campus. This would literally use every penny of the association’s budget, she said. The group is also requesting support from the Residence Hall Association, the ASWSU Executive Board and local businesses."
In other Roloff speaking news, Matt has been confirmed as a key-note featured speaker for a "StopStressingNow.com" cruise to Alaska in August (27th to Sept 3rd, 2010).
The article describes Matt as: "celebrity father, multi-millionaire businessman, entrepreneur, father of four, renown speaker and a natural dreamer. He’s also one of the most recognizable people on television today.
Learn how to condition your mind and body to release at will the self imposed tension you feel and live with everyday.
This inspiring seminar will teach you how to focus your mind and relax in a special way that will act as a counter balance allowing you to develop more – healthier cognitive habits. It’s the true key to success, happiness and life fulfillment. It’s simple and easy to change your life when you know how. Meet top experts like Matt Roloff face to face and hear first hand how they did it!"
It looks like 2010 will be a busy year for the Roloffs and cruises, Amy Roloff also has her charity foundation cruise in late June: The Royal Carribbean, 'Oasis of the Seas cruise'.