September 30, 2017: Rung Boutique, the resale store in Rock Hill, closed — as the nonprofit organization behind it entered a new chapter.
2016: Rung began cultivating extensive market research on how to better serve women in the community.
April/May 2015: Rung was featured in the in Spring issue of the popular women’s magazine Gazelle.
2014: Rung had many community initiatives, including free Saturday yoga classes, growth opportunities for preschoolers, selling local art, and more.
2013: Rung opened a complimentary shop next door, providing children’s clothing (newborn to size 14), plus maternity wear, toys, and costumes.
February 1, 2012: Rung began a partnership with the Women’s Foundation. We celebrated this event with a check and a champagne toast.
2011: First private shopping event for current clients of a nonprofit organization. More than $3000 worth of clothes were given to participants.
August and November 2011: Rung was featured in the August issue of Town & Style with a cover page feature, as well as a feature on Ali Kindle in the November issue.
April 2011: Rung celebrated its first year with a fashion show, drinks, and hors d’oeuvres.
February and August 2010: In February, Ali Kindle was featured as a social entrepreneur. In August, Rung was featured on page 32.
April 17, 2010: With the workforce reeling from the economic recession of 2008, Ali Kindle and Mallarie Zimmer opened Rung. Rung began as a retail store to help women and their careers through affordable consignment business clothing.