InkSoft and Ryonet Participate in Table Tennis Benefit Tournament

Learn how these companies are squaring off to benefit children in need.

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InkSoft, Ryonet

Software solutions designer InkSoft and screen printing equipment provider Ryonet square off in a table tennis tournament to benefit the Global Orphan Project on Oct. 7. The match takes place at 7 p.m. in Fort Worth, Texas at Conlons Pub, located at 2528 White Settlement Rd.

The Global Orphan Project (the GO Project) is a global orphan care project headquartered in Kansas City, Mo. The GO Project also heads up a screen printing operation in Haiti, the GO Exchange, which employs and benefits the local community.

“This is an opportunity to help raise awareness and money, and have a little fun for a great organization,” says JP Hunt, co-founder at InkSoft.

Each team for the tournament features four members. Hunt says InkSoft will share wrap-up videos and results after the tournament has concluded.

For more information on the tournament, visit


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