GomiBall Launches On Indiegogo

Company Partners with Funded Today

Seoul, South Korea - May 17, 2019 /FundedToday/ —

GomiBall has just launched on Indiegogo. They have brought on Funded Today to help bring their product to a wider audience and increase pledges for the duration of the campaign.

About GomiBall

GomiBall is a smart toy that allows you to be interactive with your pet. Many animals experience some degree of anxiety in their lives, especially when left alone without their owner. GomiBall has fun interactions that keep your dog play for a long time without getting bored. The FDA certified polycarbonate ensures that GomiBall is safe and durable for your pet. With just a three-hour charge, your dog is ready to play for hours. An app makes it so simple to locate the toy when your pet is done playing. GomiBall is the ultimate answer to happy pets.

Pricing and Availability

GomiBall is available to back now on Indiegogo. They are hopeful to see an increase in pledges with the help of Funded Today and their team. Once the campaign ends, the products are set to produce and ship to all backers by June 2019. The starting price for one ball is $79 USD.

To learn more about GomiBall or to back the campaign, visit their page here.

Contact Info:
Name: Pascal Friedmann
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Organization: Funded Today
Address: 4217 Liberty Ave
Phone: 1-801-695-5804
Website: http://www.funded.today

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/gomiball-launches-on-indiegogo/514273

Source: FundedToday

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