Swedish firm targets wholesale arena

first_imgSwedish bakery company Peter’s Yard, which opened an upmarket bakery and coffee shop in Edinburgh last year, has moved into wholesale in the UK for the first time with a range of traditional Swedish crispbreads.Harrods and Fortnum & Mason are set to list the crispbreads, which are handmade with natural ingredients such as milk, rye flour, honey and sourdough. The products, currently baked in Sweden, will soon be made by a third-party bakery in London.Peter’s Yard, headquartered in southern Sweden and founded by entrepreneur Peter Ljung-quist, set up a bakery and café in Edinburgh’s Quartermile development in January last year. It bakes Swedish artisan pastries and breads on-site, such as rye, kavring and sourdough, and sells a range of premium biscuits and biscotti.Joint-MD Wendy Wilson-Bett told British Baker the crispbreads are aimed at top-end retailers, such as food halls and delis.last_img read more

Press release: Work starts on multi-million pound North East flood scheme

first_img We are delighted to see work get underway to reduce the risk of flooding to properties which have been badly affected in the past. It is never possible to guarantee that an area will be flood free. However by working with our partners we can certainly help to increase the level of protection and reassurance by delivering long-term sustainable schemes such as this. These measures will go a long way to controlling the flow of surface water and diverting it away from local residents and businesses. Once complete, communities will be better protected with the added benefit of an enhanced local environment. Communities better protectedCouncillor Moira Smith, Lead Member for Area Management and Community Safety at South Tyneside Council, said: This is an excellent example of partners working together to not only develop a scheme which reduces the risk of surface water flooding but also creates valuable habitat and a space for the community to enjoy. We’ve been working with the council and Tyne Rivers Trust to raise awareness of the importance of understanding flood risk and taking care of their environment and there’ll be opportunities for the community to get involved. This is something they really can be proud of. Liz Walters, Project Manager at Tyne Rivers Trust added: Work has started on site on a £2.5million project which will help protect around 100 homes and businesses in a South Tyneside community from flooding.Monkton flood alleviation scheme will also see a section of the Bede Burn running underground opened up – known as ‘daylighting’ – and green space created for the community to enjoy.The scheme is being delivered by South Tyneside Council and its partners at the Environment Agency and Tyne Rivers Trust. It’s expected to be completed in the winter.It will tackle surface water flooding, which happens when rainwater does not drain away or soak into the ground, but lies or flows over the ground instead.center_img This is a great example of using environmentally friendly ways to reduce the risk of flooding. As part of the project we’ll be working with the local community and schools to create a green space for local residents to enjoy as well as creating new habitats for wildlife. Anyone who’d like to volunteer to help with planting at Bede Burn should get in touch with Tyne Rivers Trust on 01434 636904.The latest information on the scheme can be found at the Monkton Flood Alleviation Scheme website Wider social and environmental benefitsThe scheme involves managing surface water where problems have been identified around the Monkton Burn, Lukes Lane Estate and Leam Lane area, Mill Lane, Lilac Walk/College Road, Devon Road, Campbell Park Road/ Thirlmere Court and Mountbatten Avenue areas.The plan includes improved drainage and landscaping next to Toner Avenue School and as part of uncovering the Bede Burn an attenuation basin to store run-off water during storms will be created.The scheme will have wider social and environmental benefit, encouraging local people and children involved in creating valuable new habitat.The scheme is largely funded by the Environment Agency, as well as a contribution from the local levy – which is money raised by local authorities for flood projects.Leila Huntington, Flood Risk Manager for the Environment Agency in the North East, said:last_img read more

Chefs and Agriculture

first_imgBefore farm-to-table was a culinary catchphrase, there were families who ate what they grew on their farms simply because that’s what they had to eat.These meals are the basis of all great cuisines and the source material for the farm-centered style of Italian cuisine that Lidia Bastianich popularized in her restaurants and on her long-running PBS cooking show, “Lidia’s Kitchen.”Bastianich will share the connections between place, food and identity that have shaped her life and career at the UGA Chapel on Oct. 2 at 3 p.m. The event, “A Conversation with Lidia Bastianich: A Life of Love, Family and Food,” is sponsored by the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES). It is free and open to the public.“Food is not only about nutrition and flavor; it tells a story about us, our connection to the land and our hopes for the future,” said CAES Dean and Director Sam Pardue. “Lidia’s whole career has been guided by these connections, and I think we can all learn how to think about and appreciate food a little more deeply by listening to her experiences.”Bastianich is an Emmy-winning public television host, a best‐selling author, a successful restaurateur, and owner of a flourishing food and entertainment business. She runs her restaurants with the help of her adult son and daughter.She is a member of Les Dames D’Escoffier and a founding member of Women Chefs and Restaurateurs. She is also a champion for the United Nations Association of the United States of America’s Adopt-A-Future program, in support of refugee education.Bastianich immigrated with her family from the Istrian peninsula to the New York City area in the 1950s. The peninsula is part of what is now Croatia, but it’s culturally Italian. When communists took over the area in the 1950s, there was an exodus from the area, which included the Bastianich family.While Bastianich was growing up, her family ran Italian restaurants in Queens, New York, and cooked traditional Italian-American meals. However, when she launched her own restaurant in 1981, she focused on an elevated version of the farm-centered “peasant food” that was prevalent in the Istrian region, she told National Public Radio in 2018.Bastianich’s ease and skill at connecting the farm to the table are what brought her to the attention of administrators at UGA CAES.With the advent of the college’s hospitality and food industry management major this year, faculty are working to bridge the businesses of farming, food and dining to help support a more holistic approach to our country’s food system, Pardue said.“Our college is working to prepare the next generation of entrepreneurs, farmers and chefs, and we want them to understand how the entire system works,” Pardue said. “We don’t just have farmers here, consumers over here and chefs over there; it’s all part of one system. We need to understand that if we want our food production to become more efficient, more productive and more sustainable.”For information about the lecture visit the event website. For more information about CAES, visit caes.uga.edu.last_img read more

2020 Bulldog 100

first_imgEleven University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) graduates were recognized on this year’s Bulldog 100 list of the fastest-growing businesses owned or operated by UGA alumni during the 11th annual celebration on Feb. 8 at Sanford Stadium.“It’s a great venue and mechanism to recognize the university—I think it’s a great way to get everyone energized,” said Mike Lewis, president of American Tank Maintenance. This is the second year that his business, which is headquartered in Warthen, Georgia, has been recognized.Lewis, who earned his bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics in 1986, says he uses many of the business processes he learned while at CAES and appreciates the value of his education.“It carries some weight in the marketplace,” he said. “[The university] is a great place to have a degree from, especially in the Southeast.”The CAES-alumni honorees in the Bulldog 100 rankings, listed with their degrees and position in the rankings, include:Moore Civil Consulting Inc. (27), Robert Moore, BSAE 2004;Southland Therapy Services (57), Dee Dee Mesaros, BSA 1993;American Tank Maintenance (41), Mike Lewis, BSA 1986;Two Maids and A Mop Franchising (42), Ron Holt, BSA 1997;Hardy’s Peanuts Inc. (60), Brad Hardy BSA 1996, Ken Hardy BSA 1993;Smith Planning Group (65), Ed Lane, BSAE 2005;Irvin Retail Group of Marcus and Millichap (72), Marc Irvin, BSA 2004;Three Tree Coffee Roasters (79), Philip Klayman, BSA 2011; The Sign Brothers (94), Justin Seibert, BSA 2002; andGeorgia Grinders (99), Jaime Foster, BSA, 1999.“Bulldog 100 honorees truly embody the best that UGA has to offer,” said Suzanne Griffeth, CAES director of alumni relations. “We are proud that these CAES graduate-owned businesses represent a variety of industries that have a positive impact on the economies of their communities, the state and the world.”Three Tree Coffee Roasters of Statesboro, Georgia, is a CAES-graduate owned company with both a local and global mission. New to the Bulldog 100 this year, owner Philip Kayman says he enjoys meeting the farmers that he buys from face to face and donates proceeds from his business to efforts to end human trafficking.“From farming and food production to franchising and consulting, these individuals and their businesses provide an exceptional example of what a CAES degree and hard work can achieve,” Griffeth said.Nomination and Selection ProcessEach year, the UGA Alumni Association partners with the Atlanta office of Warren Averett CPAs and Advisors to review nominated businesses’ financial records to determine the ranked list. Nominations were accepted between February and May 2019 for the 2020 list.Approximately 533 nominations were received for the 2020 Bulldog 100. Each organization must have been in business since 2015, experienced revenues in excess of $100,000 for the calendar year 2016, and be owned or operated by a former UGA student who owns at least 50 percent of the company or is the CEO, president or managing partner.The Bulldog 100 recognizes the fastest-growing businesses, regardless of size, by focusing on a three-year compounded annual growth rate. The average compounded annual growth rate for this year’s Bulldog 100 businesses was 59 percent.For the complete list of 2019 Bulldog 100 businesses, or to nominate a business for the 2021 contest, visit alumni.uga.edu/b100.Danielle Bezila from UGA Development and Alumni Relations contributed to this story.Editor’s Note: the BSAE degree in agricultural engineering was formerly awarded by CAES until 2012 when it was changed to the College of Engineering.last_img read more

VPR gubernatorial debate tonight at 7

first_imgLIVE GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE KICKS OFF VPR’S 2008 DEBATE SERIESVermont Public Radio will broadcast a live debate among the major party candidates for Vermont Governor Wednesday, September 24, at 7 p.m. The debate will include Republican Jim Douglas, Democrat Gaye Symington, Independent Anthony Pollina, and Liberty Union candidate Peter Diamondstone.VPR’s Bob Kinzel and Jane Lindholm will moderate the debate before a live audience at the Main Street Landing Film House at Burlington’s waterfront. Listeners may suggest questions for the candidates at VPR.net or by calling 1-800-258-1619. Seats in the audience are free and open to the public, but reservations are required; an RSVP form is at VPR.net.The gubernatorial debate is the first of the 2008 VPR Debates. The series continues Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. throughout October with debates from VPR Studios:October 1: Chairs of Political PartiesOctober 8: Attorney General CandidatesOctober 15: Secretary of State CandidatesOctober 22: Congressional CandidatesOctober 29: Lt. Governor CandidatesVPR’s daily midday call-in program, Vermont Edition, will feature one-one-one interviews with candidates for statewide office throughout the fall campaign season.About VPRListener-supported Vermont Public Radio has been serving the people of Vermont and the surrounding region since 1977. As Vermont’s only statewide public radio network, VPR is a trusted and independent source for news, music, conversation and much more. For more information about VPR and VPR Classical, a list of frequencies and streaming audio from all of VPR’s services, visit www.vpr.net(link is external).###last_img read more

Special visitors help Salvation Army volunteers gather donations

first_imgIn Endicott, The Grinch made an appearance ringing the Salvation Army bell outside the Weis Market on Day Hollow Road. “This has been unbelievable everybody giving tonight I heard the Salvation Army is having trouble raising money but they’re raising money here,” The Grinch said. “We had single digit temperatures last night so if anyone was going to be in need and have hardship it’s going to be this time of year in the northeast,” Schultz said. Multiple visitors stopped by to visit Schultz during the 24 hours he was outside the Vestal Walmart including Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo, State Senator Fred Akshar and Santa Claus. Schultz tells 12 News that the success of a similar event in Rome, NY last year inspired him to bring the challenge to the Vestal Walmart. VESTAL (WBNG) — 12 News caught up with Chet Schultz who wrapped up his 24 hour kettle challenge for the Salvation Army Saturday afternoon. The Grinch tells 12 News that he was on his way to a children’s birthday party followed by a church fundraiser but he heard The Salvation Army was in need of volunteers and he decided to stop by. The Grinch tells 12 News that there was no shortage of generosity during his time ringing the bell. With cold temperatures throughout the challenge, Schultz tells 12 News that the weather reminded him why it’s an important time of year to raise money for people who are less fortunate. The Grinch also tells 12 News that he hopes that the closer we get to Christmas the more generous people will be with their donations.last_img read more

Ivo Klinac, Veronika Group: Combining private accommodation is the future

first_imgAccording to the available data of the Croatian National Tourist Board from the eVisitor system, the number of facilities in the household, as well as the number of accommodation units, beds, but also taxpayers, is constantly growing. Thus, the number of facilities in 2017 increased by 12% compared to the year before, while in the first two months of this year alone, 700 more were registered, which makes a total of 93.194 facilities.Family accommodation in Croatia is our advantage, which they must use wisely, increase quality and brand. Also, Croatian family accommodation in Europe is recognized as the best in Europe, according to the European Holiday Home Association – EHHA. Also, according to the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, family accommodation each year is responsible for generating total tourist traffic in the amount of 2,5 billion euros.Increasing the quality and professionalization of family accommodation, ie the association of family accommodation in households, is one of the key goals of the Tourism Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia until 2020. For this reason, a few years ago, in 2014, the Ministry of Tourism presented diffuse and integrated hotels as new and innovative tourist products, with the aim of developing and improving the quality of accommodation, joint market presence and professionalization of private accommodation.One of the development and raising of quality in family accommodation are integral hotels. An integral hotel is a form of accommodation consisting of three or more accommodation units in different locations in the same settlement. All accommodation units are united by a central reception with various additional facilities. Part of an integral hotel can be all natural and legal persons who have a categorized room, apartment, studio apartment or holiday home.Although integral hotels are relatively new on the market, ie they have not yet experienced a major expansion in our market. I talked about the development of integral hotels as well as the whole concept of the same with Ivo Klinc, director Veronica Group, property management company in the tourism sector, which in 2013 embarked on a pilot project of “integrated hotel”, ie real estate management in tourism, and since 2017 offered the concept of integrated hotels on the market. Today, they operate in the area of ​​Makarska and Zagreb, and encouraged by increasing inquiries from the market, the plan is to expand the successful business model to other cities in Croatia.The association of private accommodation is the future, Ivo Klinac points out and adds that their vision is to become the leading property management company in the Republic of Croatia, which specializes in the management of accommodation capacities in tourism. “We want to give as many people as possible a sense of carefreeness and financial stability by building a brand that people will trust, a brand that will provide more, better with its innovation. ” points out Klinac.How does an integral hotel work in practice and what are your experiences in the field?The complete business concept through an integrated hotel is based on connecting the existing accommodation capacities of different owners into a single facility and their joint appearance on the market. This type of association is easier, simpler and much more professional in the market, which brings the benefit of opening opportunities for cooperation with agencies and other service providers, something that renters individually might not be able to achieve, mostly for quantitative reasons.The fact that the tourism sector is generally characterized by dynamism is confirmed by the fact that over the last 5 years of business the pattern of behavior has changed markedly. With the growth of the share of private accommodation in the Republic of Croatia, guests from private renters increasingly expect a service more similar to that in a hotel, such as credit / debit card acceptance services, breakfast services, bicycle rental, etc.To stand out from the competition, you need much more than just giving the guest the key to the apartment and leaving him alone until the day of departure. On the other hand, many renters have recognized the need to stand out from the competition and are therefore increasingly dedicated to their guests. As personalized service can take a lot of time, associations such as integral hotels can greatly help renters by ensuring their safe growth and professionalization through joint market presence.What services do you offer to partners, ie what do private renters get in cooperation with you?We offer all our potential partners two different ways of cooperation.First, we offer the possibility of managing their property in tourism. We sign a long-term contract with our partner and, if necessary, adapt their property to be ready for short-term rental to tourists. We take care of obtaining all necessary permits, selling, cleaning and maintaining the property. It is up to the partner only to receive a fixed monthly amount. This way of cooperation is suitable for partners who do not have time to deal with renting to tourists, and own real estate for which they have no purpose.Another, we offer cooperation to existing renters in terms of which of their accommodation capacities we join our integral hotel. As part of an integral hotel, the landlord gets access to various services at the hotel level such as breakfast, excursions, bicycle rental, massage services, gym, etc., depending on the services currently available at the location of the landlord’s business while we take care of sales and presentation of their accommodation capacity within our facility.Do you have any statistics or specific indicators regarding the extension of the season, ie the longer duration of the lease in cooperation with the Veronika Group through the concept of an integrated hotel? Since 2013, we have been providing guests with accommodation as private renters in Makarska, and in 2017, taking into account the experience gained by renting in Makarska, we decided to continue our business through the company and expand our business to Zagreb. As our business is characterized by professionalism and systematicity, we have often conducted research to improve our business.Through research we conducted on the accommodation market in Makarska, we learned that the hotel season usually lasts from April to October, while the season in private accommodation lasts from June to September. These data indicate a lack of agency sales channels through which renters could fill their accommodation even in months of low demand, as hotels do. It is not the same to agree on cooperation with agencies when you have few apartments and when you are associated with other renters in an integral hotel, or a unique facility that can compete with hotels in the number of accommodation capacities.It is important to emphasize that the content that renters will be able to offer their guests through an integrated hotel will greatly increase their professionalism in the eyes of the guest and thus increase the quality and price of their overnight services. As a part of the integral hotel, a quality presentation of accommodation capacities and professional pricing in accordance with various parameters is ensured, with the aim of increasing occupancy and sales.We are rightly given the data collected during the last 5 years of business, from which it can be concluded that, after our takeover of the accommodation capacities of the partners, sales increased by more than 50%. After the optimization of the business we carried out and the stabilization, the average annual turnover growth is around 10% where the initial base was not small. It can be seen from the above that the growth of traffic is twice as high as the annual growth of the destination itself.We completely take care of the property and in that case we also deal with sales and cleaning and welcoming guests and all other services. This way of cooperation is ideal for people who do not have time to engage in tourism – Ivo Klinac, Veronika GrupaWhat are the conditions and obligations of cooperation between private landlords and Veronika Group, ie what are all the models of cooperation? If the partner decides to give us his property for management, he signs a long-term contract with us that defines the terms of cooperation as well as a fixed monthly amount that we will pay him regardless of the turnover that the accommodation capacity realizes. This way someone who does not have the time or does not intend to engage in tourism can carelessly receive a monthly rent while we will take complete care of the property including potential renovation, obtaining all permits required for work, professional photography and repairs.In case the partner decides to join the integral hotel with the desire to continue to be involved in the business of its accommodation capacity, it signs a contract with us that defines the terms of cooperation, method of payment from the guest, model of salary payment to the partner, etc. services provided. We depend on the personal needs of each individual partner, we define the best way of cooperation and conditions by agreement, and in mutual interest.What are all the advantages and benefits for private renters, if they are part of an integral hotel?One of the primary advantages of joining an integrated hotel versus independent business is the facilitation of the administrative part of the business. We take care of sales, advertising on relevant accommodation booking sites as well as marketing in order to increase the number of direct bookings while the renter focuses on what is important – hosting guests. We perform complete communication with guests, issuing invoices, registering guests in eVisitor, charging reservations via credit / debit cards and much more, which is an additional relief for renters.As a hotel, due to the number of accommodation capacities at our disposal, we are able to enter into contracts with travel agencies and other companies specializing in filling accommodation capacities in the pre- and post-season. In addition to the fact that longer business brings higher revenues, we hope that through joint efforts we will turn tourist destinations of a seasonal character into year-round ones.You are currently present in Zagreb and Makarska. Do you have plans to expand?Our current focus is the formation of integrated hotels in Makarska and Zagreb, tourist destinations in which we are already present, and expanding the offer of accommodation facilities through cooperation with renters. Long-term plans are based on safe and quality expansion to several tourist destinations throughout the Republic of Croatia.We would certainly like to encourage all interested private renters to contact us via our official website in order to, based on the interest of renters from individual destinations, move our service to locations where it is most needed. We keep a database of received applications just to be able to choose our next destination.Quality family accommodation is a job from 0-24h, and requires more and more knowledge, from marketing, sales, communication, branding… what is the great potential for further development as well as challenges for the hosts?It is indeed true that more and more people who embark on the business of renting accommodation to tourists give it up after gaining insight into the workload and scope of work as well as the commitment you need to have in order to do business successfully. Also, renters sometimes enter the tourist waters because of potential earnings and often find themselves disappointed with the income they earn.Through cooperation with landlords and other partners, we offer professionalism and knowledge, and most importantly – the time we will dedicate to work. All this is the result of many years of experience in the private rental sector, but also a good knowledge of guest profiles. Such a base allows us to monitor the development of the market and adjust the quality of our accommodation capacities as it changes. The data of almost 100.000 accommodation units in family accommodation only confirms the importance of this sector of Croatian tourism, reminds us how much potential it can have if it is encouraged and proves that an integral hotel as a new form of cooperation in the Croatian market is very necessary and sustainable.More information on the possibilities of cooperation with the Veronika Group can be found on the website www.veronikagrupa.com, and you can find out all questions directly via email [email protected]last_img read more

Diary of… a planning consultant

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Gold Coast castle looks spooky but actually offers a peaceful getaway

first_imgImagine sitting down to dinner at this table? It even looks like a church on the inside.Lisson Grove has six themed cottages, including a church and English style lodges.The castle, which is the newest addition to Lisson Grove, has two separate lodging wings as well as a day spa and is a popular place for weddings.The traditional style of all the buildings and their antique furniture add to its character.Mr Cauchi-Gera said it looked a little bit spooky but was a peaceful place to get away from the city’s hustle and bustle.“It’s very different but it’s just a beautiful property, it’s stunning,” he said. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p360p360p216p216pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhy location is everything in real estate01:59 It looks spooky but is actually a luxury spa retreat.IT looks like a castle that would bring your worst nightmares to life.But just like the tradition of trick-or-treating on Halloween, this medieval castle might appear terrifying yet is all in the name of good fun.The building, known as The Castle on Tambourine, is part of boutique Gold Coast accommodation Lisson Grove. Ever wanted to stay in a church? Kick back and relax in the spa. It looks less spooky in the daytime.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa14 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe 7031sq m estate on the mountain’s Main Western Rd is on the market with a $2.995 million price tag.Marketing agent John Cauchi-Gera, of First National Broadbeach, said the owners were looking for a buyer that would breathe new life into their much-loved family business.“I’ve had several people through the property and we’ve even had people willing to purchase but not at the price (the owners) want,” he said.last_img read more

Ronaldo, girlfriend send matching loved up messages to fans

first_img Ronaldo is currently resting during Serie A’s winter break. He had been in Dubai earlier this week to collect a Globe Soccer Award. Georgina posted a picture in a sparkly dress on New Year’s Eve – while seemingly selling a teeth whitening kit. Read Also:Revealed! Messi, Ronaldo will retire from active football this decade He wrote: “Congratulations, Mum! I wish you all the happiness in the world.” It is unclear what the his mother is celebrating. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez send matching loved up social media posts to celebrate the New Year. The Juventus and Portugal star wrote a brief message to the former retail worker as he rung in the New Year. And Georgina followed suit with a message of her own. Ron wrote: “Happy Year, my love! 2020 May 2020 be a year full of love, health, peace and success for all! Happy New Year to all!” Georgina said: “About last night… Happy 2020 !!!! Much health and love for everyone.” It is not clear where the pair celebrated the turning of the new decade.Advertisement Promoted ContentWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo6 Things Women Found Really Attractive In The 60’sWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?12 Iconic Actors Whose Careers Were Stunted By A Single Movielast_img read more