June 6, 2012
-- SALT LAKE CITY (June 6, 2012) -- Local entrepreneur and medical professional, Meredith Pike, recently launched a new ring protecting product, the Ring Cling, while also announcing a consumer charity challenge for debut sales. A practical solution for protecting a precious valuable, the Ring Cling stores wedding bands safely during the workday, so rings will no longer be misplaced.
Each year approximately 2.2 million Americans tie the knot, with many receiving a wedding band as a symbol of their love. Many occupations require removal of rings during the workday, and according to Prudential Home Insurance, 13% of men lose their wedding rings in the first three months after getting married. At only $12.99, the Ring Cling is a practical and cost effective way for users to know their wedding rings are safely stored. The metal clip comes custom engraved with the owner’s name and phone number. Therefore if it is ever lost - it will be found!
In addition to its goal of providing an important solution to many professionals especially in the medical sector, Ring Cling, LLC has committed to making a large donation to multiple charities. If 500,000 Ring Clings are sold by December 31, 2012, notable charities including Doctors Without Borders, Operation Smile, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and Myasthenia Gravis Foundation will receive $20,000 each.
“My goal is simple,” says Meredith Pike, Physician Assistant and owner of Ring Cling, LLC. “I went into medicine to help people. This product will help millions of people protect something priceless, but I wanted to give back on a larger scale.”
To learn more about the product and help contribute visit www.ringcling.com, follow on Twitter @RingCling, or find us on Facebook: The Ring Cling.