This year we added a couple of fun promotions that were really popular among the players at the tournaments and the Ringor staff.
Having wrapped up 7 NPF seasons, I kind of knew what to expect as August winded down. Excitement for championships, fear of the season coming to an end, the eagerness to get away from the busy grind of traveling and back to the normalcy of our own homes. Emotions always run high at the end of the season.
The newest feature that we’ve added is the Facebook “Like” button to product pages and blog posts. Now we have integrated everyone’s favorite social media website, Facebook, with your favorite softball footwear site, Ringor.com.
Visit our online store from the comfort of your home this season. If you can’t decide which gift to get, why not let them decide by sending an eGift Card. It is always the perfect size, color and thanks to the convenience of email, it is always on time. You choose the amount and the destination of the card; you are in control.
One characteristic of leather footwear is that they possess superior durability when compared to their synthetic counterparts. This means that the shoe upper will last longer while other components of the shoe, such as the insoles, wear down eventually through normal use.
The expression “Play Ball” will unleash a flood of emotions and a rush of young feet for disabled young athletes participating in Ringor’s Friends of the Pros softball game in Louisiana this week. The game will feature several local disabled athletes and pro players from the NPF. The event will take place at 6:00 pm Wednesday August 17 and in close proximity to the 2011 NPF Championship Series that begins on Thursday. Many adoring fans and aspiring athletes will be traveling to Sulphur, Louisiana to see their favorite fastpitch team compete, but few others will be lucky enough to get tips directly from the pros.
“This has become one of our most successful and rewarding annual events. Watching these professional athletes give back in such a significant, personal way leaves a lasting impression upon everyone, and the experience is priceless for these children” says Kirk Ihlenburg/CEO, RINGOR.
Ringor has had a clear mission and targeted products from the start. Founded in 1983, the company identified a need and created a niche in women’s fastpitch softball. In their effort to develop a softball shoe that would reduce the injuries caused by the traditional three spike and post cleat designs, Ringor started working directly with athletes. Their focus on gaining a more intimate understanding of athletes’ comfort and performance needs resulted in the first cleated softball shoe ever to be awarded the Seal of Acceptance by the American Podiatric Medical Association. The award honors their achievement in promoting the highest standard of foot function and foot health during play. Today, Ringor continues to set new benchmarks for athletic footwear. High standards and a low profile have earned Ringor great respect among all level of players who depend on the excellent quality of their shoes.