Table Tennis Express arose from two events: a move to Western Mass and an after-dinner Table Tennis (TT) game Thanksgiving 2014. I hadn’t played in years and had been a teaching tennis professional in my 20s. That evening, I fell in love with this great sport of Table Tennis that sustained me through the long winter.
I turned my passion into my profession by becoming an importer of world-class TT tables and accessories from Germany. I’ve also opened the Zing! Tabke Tennis Center in Easthampton, Mass.
No matter who you are, or your skill or fitnesa level, I invite you to play, improve your skills, and celebrate your life through Table Tennis.
Table Tennis Express, LLC is founded upon the principle of being your trusted resource for high-quality table tennis products, reliable product information, committed and highly responsive customer service, and relevant news and information about the world of Table Tennis. Experience a new level of customer service.
Who buys from us? Customers who have done their research, know the best and expect that in their products and interactions. Our customers have found that our willingness to provide clear in-depth information and truly listen to their needs gives them what they need to make the best buying choices.
NOEL ABBOTT, founder, has a life-long love of racquet sports and kids. He taught tennis professionally for a decade and later directed the children’s tennis program in Rowe, MA.
As a business consultant for Fortune 100 companies, Noel was involved in strategic planning, executive coaching, team building, and training . He directed corporate stress management programs at Bristol-Myers Squibb. He was a strategic planner, program leader, and mentor at Kripalu Center, a world-renowned yoga and health retreat in Western Mass.
Recently, Noel completed the five-day International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Coaching Program in Morrisville, NC. He’s certified in Psychosynthesis Training Level 1, with a focus on coaching skills. Noel’s avid interest in education expresses itself in many ways: he presented a workshop titled “Coaching: Enhancing Skills Across a Lifetime” at the 2014 Massachusetts Association of School Committees’ and School Superintendents’ conference.