InkSoft, Ryonet Raise Funds in Charity Table Tennis Tournament

The two companies raised $2,000 and had fun doing it."

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Albuquerque, New Mexico-based InkSoft, a supplier of software for creating e-commerce websites and Web stores, has teamed up with Vancouver, Washington-based screen printing supply company Ryonet in an effort to raise funds for the Global Orphan Project. The foundation provides family-based care for orphaned and abandoned children and helps launch sponsor schools to keep families together.

Staff from both companies squared off in charity table tennis tournament in Fort Worth, Texas in early October. InkSoft swept all six games, but the important part was that both companies donated a total of $2,000 towards the foundation. Participants featured all levels of staff, including Ryan Moor, CEO of Ryonet and JP Hunt, vice president of sales and marketing at InkSoft.

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