Former WCW Nitro Girl Chae Launches Kickstarter For Innovative ‘Ring Along’ System
Photo Credit: Chae Marsh
Former Nitro Girl Chae has launched a Kickstarter campaign for her new “Ring Along” system that helps solve the lack of multi-purpose and versatile storage options for bags.
A press release was issued to WrestleZone detailing the project, which already carries a utility patent. Chae designed, developed and created the innovative “Ring Along” system, a product that offers both functionality and fashion in a line that typically makes customers choose one or the other.
“My homemade Ring Along pouches helped me so much, especially with my kids’ from infancy to now with school and sports,” said Chae, who was a dancing fixture on WCW Monday Nitro in the late-1990s. “I’ve always wanted to share the idea, but the fear of failure kept me for years from taking the first step for many years.”
Chae is a first-generation Korean American who came to the U.S. at age 11. “When I reminded myself of the courage and grit it must have taken my parents to bring their three children to the U.S. without knowing to how speak English and very limited money … that really helped push me forward with the Ring Along System.”
Ring Along boasts maximum capacity and versatility coming in bags of various sizes and materials that “allow users to easily personalize the organizational framework for their unique requirements.” The Pre-Launch Campaign is active on Kickstarter now, where you can find out more about the Ring Along project, and take advantage of limited number of Super Early Bird Discounts.
You can also check out Chae’s blog on ring-along.com to read more product details and benefits, as well as all about her journey bringing Ring Along to life. The product demo video, featuring an introduction from Chae, can be seen below: