Did you know there's a ping pong club right in the loop? What could be more fun? Whether you're a beginner, or a basement pro, you'll have a blast with today's Groupon discount for admission to Chicago Slam Table Tennis Club. Pay just $2 for to get into the Chi-Slam TTC location at Daley Bicentenial Plaza (337 E. Randolph) during open hours.
Find that old paddle gathering dust. Bust out your long-dormant spin serve. Join the ranks of Chicago Slam Table Tennis Club, for whom every day is an adventure. Each slammin' day starts with a healthy breakfast, where the Slammers use paddles in each hand shovel down cereal. After breakfast, it's time to hit the streets and fight some crime. That's where the no good, purse steelin' street burglars, trying to mug old ladies for their purses, better watch out for the Slammers, who ruthlessly subdue them with a barrage of close-range overhead slams.
Come 6:00, the day's work is over, and its time to head over to the Chi-Slam Table Tennis Club, where they play some quality table tennis. Everyone has a great time, and gets some healthy exercise. After the Slam Club, you'll find the Slammers hitting the dance clubs. Once they warm up with some body shots off each other's paddles, the people on the floor clear a circle around them as they show off some mind-boggling spin serves. The balls bounce left and right and sideways across the floor - all landing in the rhythm of the beat. Behind the back, between the legs, the Slammers just keep goin' on and on till the break of dawn. Back home in bed, whereas most smooth operators use the Clapper to turn off the lights without standing up, Chicago Slammers merely serve one over towards the switch and it's lights out - get some slammin' zzzzs to gear up for another slammin' day.
Get your Groupon & join the Slammers in their fulfilling lifestyle in 2009!
Chicago Slam Table Tennis Club
Sanctioned by USA Table Tennis, the sport’s national governing body, Chicago Slam Table Tennis Club welcomes players of all skill levels for lessons as well as open-play sessions and regular tournaments. During lessons, the club’s certified staff members analyze students’ capabilities and zero in on their strengths, giving them the confidence to improve and a strategy for competition. Then with regular play, players can get in shape and improve their paddling skills so they can defend their homes from teenagers armed with eggs.