Motivation/Team Building Presentations with Table Tennis, the World’s Fastest Olympic Sport! In 2017 Scott was inducted into the USA Table Tennis Hall of Fame for his contribution to the Sport Worldwide. Pleasing crowds of 5 to 20,000 people!
Many have said that Scott Preiss is the “Harlem Globetrotter” of Table Tennis with his electrifying display of his skill in the sport of Table Tennis. Scott has been dazzling audiences with table tennis comedy and trick shots for more than 30 years and has performed more than 3000 table tennis exhibitions and clinics worldwide. Scott was a former trainer for the US World Table Tennis Team, also a full time coach at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and is one of the sport’s greatest ambassadors.
Scott has appeared on hundreds of TV features including three times on Regis and Kathy Lee, The Best Damn Sports Show, The Ellen Degeneres Show, the Donny and Marie Show, The CBS Morning News, ESPN and many other CBS, NBC, and ABC specials throughout the United States. Scott also has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York
Newsday, the Chicago Tribune and more. Past performances for Scott include shows for, the International Olympic Committee, US Olympic Committee, UBS Bank, Wells Fargo, Blue Cross Blue Shield, AIG, Nike Corporation, Intel Corporation, General Motors,
IBM, General Dynamics, Walmart, 7-Eleven, BP Oil, the NBA playoff halftime shows and many more.
Combining comedy and athleticism in all of his shows, Scott’s trademarks include serves from 100 feet away from the table! Behind the back smashes and his uncanny ability to work and interact with the audience in many of his challenge matches. In addition Scott has an array of trick paddles including a paddle the size of a ball and a paddle bigger than a tennis racket. Scott’s shows are extremely interactive and nobody leaves without laughing and smiling. Many of his performances are with his son Austin who has traveled the world with his father performing for many military bases throughout Europe and even in Korea…