Event Alert: Slow Roll Buffalo 2019 Schedule Release Party – Page 4519041

Buffalo Rising is a nationally recognized website that delivers highly influential content and advertising that is relevant to people living in and around Buffalo, NY. Our readers trust us to serve as one of their primary sources of local information, allowing you to reach targeted customers who are already engaged in relevant content related to your business. Fans of Slow Roll Buffalo, and cycling in general, this is your chance to attend a multifaceted event that will tune you into the values and virtues of the epic city-wide ride series. Attendees to the event will be the first to learn about the 2019 schedule, as well as the details about the Slow Roll rides, one-off cycling events, and the expanded Stampede Rides. Slow Roll Buffalo, for the fifth year, will present 26 Monday night rides around the city with a new host venue and route each week. The kick off party will feature food and drinks, fun and games, live music and market vendors, and auctions and raffles, with proceeds from beverage sales going towards the Slow Roll effort. Each ride spotlights community people, places, and organizations along the route, and includes three early-season highlights: Altogether Slow R...

Walmart is getting rid of its blue vests. Here’s what the new ones look like

From press release: Our new vests have a modernized style that takes advantage of trim detail and screen printing to introduce color in an eye-catching way. The signature blue vests that Walmart employees have worn for years will be replaced with a modern gray look with a neon blue, green or pink trim. Walmart last redesigned its uniforms in 2014. The vests are “neutral steel gray,” and most associates will wear bright blue trim. Associates at Walmart’s smaller Neighborhood Market stores will wear green trim. Self-checkout hosts at Walmart Supercenters will wear yellow with gray trim. And in the future, Walmart says employees will be able to choose other colors, including pink. “Our new vests have a modernized style that takes advantage of trim detail and screen printing to introduce color in an eye-catching way,” Walmart said in a release. Each vest is stitched with a “proud Walmart associate” on the front and a newly colorful “spark” logo on the back. The larger pockets will let associates “carry all the equipment they need to do their jobs on the sales floor.” Employees will receive the vests later this year for free and will be able to upgrade them with specialized designs o...