David Ankin will be making appearances and signing autographs at the Oct. 30-Nov. 2 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Ankin and as his TV show, ToyMakerz, has entered a new partnership with A+E Television Networks (AETN) to air season three of the show on The History Channel and FYI. The show will have a reach of 146 million homes each week.
Ankin will sign autographs at The History Channel booth and make appearances at other areas during the SEMA Show. He will be at the KW booth at 10-11 a.m. and speak at the Shell Pioneering Performance Stage at 11:30 a.m. on Oct. 30.
ToyMakerz is located in North Carolina, where most of the episodes are produced.
“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,” Ankin said. “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!”
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 new season of ToyMakerz beings airing Feb. 10 on The History Channel. Immediately re-airs will occur on the FYI network in a prime-time Saturday night slot.
The ToyMakerz TV show is currently re-airing episodes from season two on Amazon On-Demand, and ToyMakerz season one is also available on iTunes and Amazon.
ToyMakerz is produced by Los Angeles-based Lucky13Cinematicand has an interactive app powered by Source Digital. For more information about ToyMakerz, visit the site at: toymakerz.com.