It all began with a cause
Father's day of 2015, NIALL launches it's first timepiece to the public - the NIALL One.3 in conjunction with Kansas City non-profit, Big Slick. Organized by actors Paul Rudd, Jason Sudeikis, Rob Riggle, Eric Stonestreet and David Koechne, Big Slick proceeds benefit Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO.
Opening weekend, Paul Rudd graced his wrist with a NIALL One.3 in two tone. 10% of opening weeks NIALL proceeds went to benefit Children's Mercy as well.
The NIALL One.3 makes a run for the World Series
In August of 2015 Ned Yost made national headlines for having his Apple Watch banned from the dugout due to league regulations. In response, NIALL built a custom "Blue October" timepiece for Ned and delivered it as a gift for his service to Kansas City. Later that year, Ned took the Royals to the World Series, which they won for the first time since 1984, all the while wearing a NIALL One.3.
NIALL gets introduced to a basketball legend - develops something legendary
December of 2015, Founder & CTO Michael Wilson and University of Kansas Hall of Fame basketball coach Bill Self connected over a shared passion for the KU Jayhawks. Wearing the One.3 in Deep Blue, Bill went on to become the coach of the year in 2015 and winning his 12th straight Big 12 championship. Later, in February of 2017, Michael and Bill collaborate on an iconic timepiece - the GMT in Fieldhouse Blue.
NIALL marks a Super Bowl win
Hall of Fame Quarterback, John Elway and Super Bowl Coach, Gary Kubiak take the championship with custom "5280" NIALL One.3s. Custom built for Coach Kubiak and John Elway, the "5280" became the second championship a NIALL timepiece had seen within it's first year of public offering.
NIALL develops a friend in the world of professional tennis with gold medal Olympian and #1 ranked American
Jack Sock is known for being one of the most liked players in tennis and outstanding sportsman. Founder & CTO Michael Wilson expresses the same feelings when discussing Jack Sock. "Jack is quite possibly one of the most humble and hardworking gentlemen I've ever met in my life. Jack has offered genuine support to NIALL as both a customer and a fan. It's an incredible feeling watching Jack rise through the ranks and set on a path to become one of the best players in the game."
The NIALL "Blue October" becomes the one the fastest appreciating timepiece, of all time
Going into the 2016 baseball season, the watch worn by Ned Yost on the road to the World Series was live auctioned on TV by The Royals Charities as a means to support the Kansas City community. Live on TV, founder Michael Wilson told the story of how the watch made it's way to Ned Yost's wrist and the importance it played to both NIALL and the Royals. The final bid of the One.3 in "Blue October" sold for $9,850 an 87.62% increase in value in only nine months.