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Ryan Seacrest becomes an investor in CLMBR, joining Jay-Z and Novak Djokovic

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CLMBR has been adding high profile investors in recent months. In November, Jay-Z and Novak Djokovic joined the YouTube cofounder Chad Hurley in becoming an investor. Today, Ryan Seacrest has been announced as a new investor.

‘The biggest key to having the physical endurance and stamina to make it through my work schedule is exercise,’ said Ryan Seacrest. ‘What I love most about CLMBR is that I can burn a lot of calories in a short amount of time, so I don’t need to jump from machine to machine to get a full-body workout. It’s a great way to workout at home, and I’m excited to help the CLMBR team bring this product to the world.’

‘We designed CLMBR for someone just like Ryan – someone looking for a highly efficient, full-body workout, but who also doesn’t have the time to spend hours in the gym every day,’ said Avrum Elmakis, cofounder and CEO of CLMBR. ‘We’re excited to have Ryan join our team to help us introduce CLMBR and bring the vertical climbing fitness modality to consumers everywhere. The hardest working man in show business now has the only fitness machine built to keep up with his on-the-go lifestyle.’

This news follows CLMBR’s successful Indiegogo launch campaign, having reached over $1.3 million in sales, beating out initial crowdfunding efforts of Peloton and Hydrow.

By Bradley Chambers

Rides a Peloton bike all over Chattanooga, TN.

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