• Location: Hard Rock Live – Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino


CHG Healthcare JT’s Ping-Pong Smash 13 – Presented by Publix

On Monday, November 7, 2016, Miami Dolphins legendary defender and 2007 NFL Man of the Year, Jason Taylor, will be back at the Seminole Hard Rock Live in Hollywood to host the CHG Healthcare JT’s Ping-Pong Smash 13 – Presented by Publix. Jason will again be joined by Miami Dolphins Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey in hosting the event.

Now in it’s 13th year, the original celebrity, doubles table-tennis tournament will once again pair generous community members with some of the Sunshine State’s most recognizable personalities from the worlds of sports and entertainment, including Taylor and many current and former Miami Dolphins players. Doors at Hard Rock Live will open at 5:30 PM. Proceeds from the Smash will benefit the Jason Taylor Foundation and its many programs and initiatives that work to improve the health care, education and quality of life of South Florida’s children in need.

The fun-filled, electric atmosphere will also feature live music filling the arena with today’s hottest music compliments of Power Parties DJ & Lighting, in addition to interactive games for children in attendance at the Best Buy Fun Zone.

Prior to the action that evening, Taylor will host the Eighth Annual Ping-Pong Smash Kids Clinic presented by UPS, also at Hard Rock Live.  Nearly 100 deserving children will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the world’s fastest sport from former Puerto Rican Junior National Table Tennis Champion and three-time JT’s Ping-Pong Smash Champion, Juan Ly.

Following the event, participants will attend the Hooters’ Champions Celebration to take part in the awards ceremony, a silent auction and loads of fun! 

For more information on the CHG Healthcare JT’s Ping-Pong Smash 13 – Presented by Publix and how you can get involved, please call the Jason Taylor Foundation offices at (954) 424-0799, or follow us on Twitter and/or Instagram: @jtfoundation99 or Facebook: www.facebook.com/jasontaylorfoundation.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the history of JT’s Ping-Pong Smash.