Former Nitro Girl Chae has joined the world of entrepreneurship as she launches a Kickstarter for her new patented product.
The Nitro Girls were a fixture of WCW Nitro in the nineties as the company looked to set itself apart from the WWF. Performing dance routines during the show, they were there to get the crowd excited and they spawned the careers of Kimberly Page, Stacy Keibler, and Queen Sharmell to name but a few.
Now Chae of the Nitro Girls is launching her own business as she looks to bring functionality and fashion together with her new “Ring Along” system.
A press release for the product included the following:
“Former WCW Nitro Girl Chae Launches Utility-Patented “Ring Along” SystemMulti-purpose & versatile storage options for bags, Ring Along strikes with a Kickstarter campaign beginning on August 18Former WCW Nitro Girl Chae Launches Utility-Patented “Ring Along” SystemMulti-purpose & versatile storage options for bags, Ring Along strikes with a Kickstarter campaign beginning on August 18 Dallas, Texas (Sept 6)– One of the founding members of the popular WCW Nitro Girls, Chae today announced she is launching a new product to solve the lack of multi-purpose and versatile storage options for bags. Chae designed, developed, and created the innovative “Ring Along” system, which already carries a utility patent.Ring Along Kickstarter campaign is currently live until September 25. One of the biggest issues in the industry is that most bags only cater to functionality or fashion. The Ring Along system delivers both, functionality and fashion.”
Chae says of her endeavour:
“My homemade Ring Along pouches helped me so much, especially with my kids’ from infancy to now with school and sports. 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.”“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 how to speak English and very limited money … that really helped push me forward with the Ring Along System.”