Kalamazoo, MI (PRWEB) July 04, 2011
The internet offers a buffet of information and choices that can elevate as well as imprison an individual – with only a simple click of a finger separating the two.
No Fail Concepts announces the official launch of its website (http://www.CLICring.com) and ring products geared to help their customers find and retain their freedom online with Christ-Like Internet Control. The company’s uniquely designed stainless steel CLIC™ ring serves as a positive reminder that wearers can live their line of integrity at each click.
No Fail Concepts was founded based on the concept that though an individual may suffer failures of personal integrity at times, this is not an indication of all future behavior. When one chooses to stand up, dust off, walk on and repeat, they will live a life of “No Fail”. Personal integrity is the central focus and the CLIC™ ring helps to bring the integrity question to the mind of the user at each hyperlink.
No Fail Concepts is also intently focused on raising awareness of the injustice of human trafficking. The company has dedicated to support the work of the A21 Campaign (http://www.theA21campaign.org) with a portion of all sales proceeds. As the CLIC™ ring helps internet users find freedom from addictive surfing patterns, these same users can know they are helping to bring freedom to those caught in the grip of slavery in the U.S. and across the globe.
The company believes that the teachings of Jesus Christ provide the solid standard of integrity even regarding online behavior. However, it is understood that lines of integrity vary from person to person. No Fail Concepts asserts that no matter where an individual’s line of integrity is drawn, the ease of internet navigation makes crossing this line far too easy. An individual wanting to live according to their principles and having the CLIC™ ring reminder has a solid footing and can meet the company’s challenge to Live Your Line™.
No Fail Concepts founder, Russ Rowgo is a Kalamazoo, MI native. Russ attended First Assembly Christian High School, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Western Michigan University (BS Computer Science 1989) and Cornerstone University in Kalamazoo (MBA 2010). Russ has been in Christian lay ministry for the majority of his adult life with focus on worship leading and youth ministries.