Ring of Honor (ROH) is an often-talked about organization as of late. Unfortunately, a lot of it seems to be about how low the company has sank as of late and the rumors swirling that the company could be shutting its doors sometime soon.
However, it appears ROH is still hard at work.
After the recent announcement of the company reopening a wrestling school, ROH issued this press release today:
ROH LOOKING TO PARTNER WITH NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS FOR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS
Ring of Honor Wrestling Entertainment, a subsidiary of the Sinclair Broadcasting Group, is looking to partner with Non-profit organizations in the New Jersey area in anticipation of our huge live event coming to the Rahway Recreational Center in Rahway, NJ on 10/6.
For those unfamiliar, Ring of Honor Wrestling is a professional wrestling company based out of the greater Baltimore area, that has been in operation for over ten years. In that time, ROH has toured the United States, Canada, Japan, and the UK, drawn hundreds of thousands of fans to our live events over the years, been seen on television on both HDNet and currently on SBG-owned stations across the country, and broadcast on both traditional pay-per-view as well as trailblazed the field of internet PPV broadcasting.
We are looking for local youth groups, sports teams, and other non-profit organizations in the NJ area who are looking to fundraise for their respective groups. If you are interested in working with Ring of Honor to help out your group, and would like to learn more about how we can make this possible, please contact Tommy Fierro either via e-mail TommyFierro@ROHWrestling.com or calling (201) 757-7686.
While the benefits of this aren't ripe for the reap yet, partnering up with a non-profit organization can help get the company's name out there. Whether it be pure exposure or good publicity for helping out a group, having the ROH brand name on it can't hurt.
If there is any truth to the supposed poor state of the company, they can use all the help they can get.