CHARLOTTE, N.C., Sept. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- TKXS, a B2B technology and data-driven solutions company with primary offices in Charlotte and in Raleigh, has signed on as the presenting sponsor of the Red Shoe Shootout, a sporting clays event benefiting the Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte. This marks the eighth year of sponsorship.

With TKXS covering many of the event expenses as presenting sponsor, all participant fees can go directly to the "House." Last year's event brought in over $36,000, but this year, event organizers are setting their sights even higher, aiming to recruit even more teams and participants.

"I'd like shatter the old record," says Thad Armbruster, TKXS President and COO. "As a result of our recent merger, TKXS is a much larger organization. We've always had a powerful sense of community commitment, but now, we have twice the connections."

"The Ronald McDonald House is the real draw for most teams," says Steve Amedio, TKXS CEO, "But when you get to have a great time for a great cause, that's a pretty great day."

Individuals interested in volunteering or participating can find more information at

About TKXS:
A B2B technology and data-driven solutions company, TKXS provides data collection, data science, technology and data-enabled marketing and incentive management capabilities to the agriculture, healthcare, construction and industrial supply industries. With an unparalleled combination of industry breadth, depth and trust, TKXS delivers bottom line results for global B2B marketers. The company was created as part of a 2018 merger between Charlotte-based Technekes LLC (founded in 2000) and Raleigh-based XSInc (founded in 1998).

About Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte:
The RMH of Charlotte serves the families of children being treated at Levine Children's Hospital and Novant Hemby Children's Hospital. Located on the 1600 block of East Morehead Street on land donated by Carolinas Medical Center, the RMH of Charlotte is an independent 501 (c) (3) charity managed by a local board of directors which oversees operation of the home. RMH of Charlotte is funded and operated by the Charlotte community to provide the families of children being treated in area medical facilities with a safe, affordable and caring "home away from home."

Contact: Winn Maddrey