ShareCare Launches on Kickstarter

Company Partners with Funded Today

Houston, United States - June 12, 2019 /FundedToday/ —

ShareCare has just launched on Kickstarter. 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 ShareCare

ShareCare is the next generation of child car seat monitoring. ShareCare is an easy to install buckle that will notify selected care givers of your child’s location, temperature and select safety features. The easy to use ShareCare app sends alerts when the child is left unattended, left in the vehicle when the car ignition is shut off and if the SoftClip is unfastened and your child is not secure while in motion. If your car is in a crash, the ShareCare crash detection will send a notification to all caregivers that the child has been in a crash and their location so you and your child can get the help you need. ShareCare is the peace of mind that parents have needed.

Pricing and Availability

ShareCare is available to back now on Kickstarter. 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 deliver to all backers by August 2019. The starting price for one softclip is $69 USD.

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

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

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/sharecare-launches-on-kickstarter/523712

Source: FundedToday

Release ID: 523712

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