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Ping Pong People

Ping Pong at ENA

Glen Richardson, customer support engineer, and Glen Smith, customer support engineer, are engaged in a fierce ping pong battle at ENA’s Nashville headquarters.

You can hear the rhythmic slaps of the paddles against the ball from around the corner.


Then, simultaneously heralded by a groan of defeat and a yelp of sweet victory, you note the dribble of the ball as it skips across the concrete floor.

Inside the ENA lounge, a ping pong battle is fiercely underway.

“Ping-pong is a time to de-stress and relax,” said Glen Richardson, Customer Support Engineer.

At ENA, these matches of ping pong prowess are not only accepted but encouraged. They provide a kinetic energy in the office and give employees a chance to take a quick break from their desks, get on their feet, and get the blood pumping. It’s not just pride being played for—it’s also a healthier day at the office.

“A game of ping pong during the afternoon lull helps re-energize me for the rest of the day.  I don’t get to the table often, but it’s always time well spent when I do,” said David Spencer, product manager, Internal Systems.

No matter their skill level or accuracy of the strike, ENA teammates continue to step up to the table, grab a paddle, and toss up the plastic white ball in a spirit of camaraderie and competition.

Though keeping score is always optional.

Ping Pong at ENA

Brad White is a communications professional and digital marketer at ENA. A former seventh grade language arts teacher, he has a passion for engaging and serving the educational community.
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