Domain Investor Creates Fashion Line To Meet Needs of Special Needs Community

This isn’t really related to domain names, but I want to share information about a Kickstarter campaign created by domain investor Richard Nachum Kligman. The campaign is to raise funds for Mianzi, “the first luxury fashion line meeting the needs of the special needs community.”

You can learn all about Mianzi and what inspired it in the video embedded above. Kligman is seeking to raise $19,000 in the Kickstarter campaign, and he has already raised over $10,000 with 168 backers. There are just over two weeks remaining in the campaign, and hopefully he will reach his goal and be able to establish the fashion line.

Kickstarter is a great way to raise funds for a project, and I hope Kligman is able to reach or exceed his fundraising goal.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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