LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Forrest Lamp found a way to make a name for himself.
Coming out of Western Kentucky University, he was one of the top prospects in the 2017 NFL Draft. Before the day, Lamp struck a deal with lighting and home furnishings retailer Lamps Plus, leveraging his last name.
After his selection by the Los Angeles Chargers, Forrest and his girlfriend Natosha Boden left their small apartment in Bowling Green, Ky., to move to Los Angeles.
This Lamps Plus-sponsored video, which includes unscripted interviews from July, tells their story and shows how the couple started designing and furnishing their new home as they settle into Southern California.
See the video here.
Download the video here.
Photos of Forrest and Natosha with Lamps Plus CEO Dennis Swanson from a July visit to Lamps Plus are here.
About Lamps Plus
Established in 1976 and headquartered in Los Angeles, Lamps Plus has become the nation's largest specialty lighting retailer, operating a successful e-commerce business, mobile site and over three dozen retail stores in the western United States. As the leader in the lighting industry for over four decades, Lamps Plus designs and manufactures a wide assortment of exclusive and patented lighting styles including the Color Plus™ collection and lamps with customizable art shades that are artisan handmade to order. To assist consumers, a staff of American Lighting Association trained experts is available in the company call center and in all stores. The Lamps Plus family includes Lamps Plus Professionals, Lamps Plus Hospitality, LampsPlusOpenBox.com and Lamps Plus.ca. The entire product catalog of functional and decorative lighting, furniture and home décor can be found at www.LampsPlus.com.