'ToyMakerz' Celebrity David Ankin To Be At SEMA Show -

‘ToyMakerz’ Celebrity David Ankin To Be At SEMA Show

David Ankin will be making appearances and signing autographs at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas as the hit television show “ToyMakerz” announces it has entered into a high-octane partnership with A+E Television Networks (AETN) to air season three on The History Channel and FYI.

David Ankin will be making appearances and signing autographs at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas as the hit television show “ToyMakerz” announces it has entered into a high-octane partnership with A+E Television Networks (AETN) to air season three on The History Channel and FYI, according to a press release.

Combined, the show will have a reach of 146 million homes each week. “ToyMakerz” will be a key part of the AETN’s new DRIVE Motor Block. The team, led by celebrity stunt man and specialty motor vehicle creator, David Ankin, has many things in store for this third season, the release continued.

“I am really excited to be on stage at the SEMA Show to share my story, and for our third season of “ToyMakerz,” we have been creating several specialty vehicles that people are going to be blown away by,” said Ankin, creator and star of the hit show “ToyMakerz.” “We have a real feel for the types of custom builds people want to see, and we’re ready to tackle those projects from the ground up. It’s going to be an exciting season of builds for sure … some of the fastest and most unique cars and motorcycles ever made, and then driven to the extreme!”

The action-packed season three is about to kick off, with the episodes slated for airing February 10, 2019 on The History Channel Sunday mornings, reaching some 90 million homes. Immediately, re-airs will occur on the FYI network in a prime-time Saturday night slot, reaching 56.1million homes, the release noted.

Ankin is a master fabricator, creator and celebrity stuntman who has used ingenuity and his passion for bikes, cars and hot rods to develop the ultimate diverse following of gearheads, motor vehicle enthusiasts of all types and families. Each season, Ankin leads his team in creating a variety of unique motor vehicle builds, like one-of-a-kind hot rods, muscle cars, trucks, motorcycles and classic cars. Season 3 builds will include a twin-seat, front-engine dragster for the street; custom racing drones; and a truly one-of-a-kind “Willys Exhibition Car,” the release stated.

Ankin will be attending the 2018 SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center from Oct. 30, 2018 to Nov. 2, 2018. He will be signing autographs at The History Channel booth and will make appearances at other areas during the event. He will be at the KW booth on Oct. 30 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. and speaking on stage at the Shell Pioneering Performance Stage on Oct. 30 at 11:30 a.m., the release added.

ToyMakerz is located in North Carolina, where most of the episodes are produced. The “ToyMakerz” TV show is currently re-airing episodes from season 2 on Amazon On-Demand, and “ToyMakerz” season one is also available on iTunes and Amazon, the release concluded.

For more information about ToyMakerz, visit toymakerz.com.

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