Subsidized Pricing for Ring Products At Pick Pico Street Fair May 21, 2018

Friends Of West L.A. is providing subsidized pricing on Ring products as shown.

Prices are only good at Pick Pico and while supplies last.

Friends of West L.A. (FOWLA), a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation is providing Ring Doorbells and other Ring products (www.ring.com) at subsidized prices at Pick Pico.

The Ring Team (Ring.Com) will be on hand to answer questions, provide technical support and help “ring” up sales.  Fowla thanks them for helping at Pick Pico, but most importantly in making West L.A. a safer place.

Fowla also congratulates Lisa and her WNC team for making Pick Pico a success!

About FOWLA

FOWLA is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation focused on improving the quality of life in the West Los Angeles area through contributions to City facilities (including schools, parks, libraries, police and fire), public/private partnerships and through close relationships with elected officials, community groups and businesses.  Web: www.fowla.org  Twitter: @FriendsWLA 

About Fix The City

FTC was established to promote public safety, support the infrastructure, challenge unsustainable development and to hold city government accountable, especially with regard to land-use issues. Web www.FixTheCity.Org  Twitter: @FixTheCityLA

About The Westside Coalition

The Westside Coalition was formed by local homeowner associations to focus on enhancing neighborhood security through the use of camera systems.

About Ring

Our Mission: To Reduce Crime in Communities. This mission drives our team and strategy throughout every decision. It’s the statement we live by when we design and engineer not only the products you see today, but the future features and innovations that we will deliver for a long time to come.   See www.Ring.Com for more product information and for color choices

 

FOWLA, Fix The City and Westside Coalition are operated by 100% all-volunteer boards.  No board member has a financial interest in Ring or installation providers.  FOWLA loses money on every sale, but makes it up in increased public safety.