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Couple’s Dangerous Hobby of Demolition Derby Racing Featured in New National Reality TV Show Sunday

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ImageHeber Utah residents, Katy Sweat and Ryan Sweat of the Sweat Demo Derby Drivers team, celebrate national premiere of new reality TV show which features the Sweat Demolition Derby Drivers this Sunday at 8 pm.  Premiere Party to be held in Orem, Utah.

 (Heber, UT.)— Today, Sonny Olsen, brother of Utah Mom and fearless demolition derby driver Katy Sweat, is pleased to announce a celebration in honor of his family members, Ryan and Katy Olsen Sweat, demolition derby racers with Sweat Demo Derby Drivers team, and their premier on the new KINGS OF CRASH Reality TV show Sunday from 8 pm-9 pm on Mountain Time on Direct TV 281 or Dish Network 364 or Comcast 663. 

The celebration event to watch the show will be held February 10th at 7:30 pm in Orem. Everyone who would like to watch the show on the big screen is invited to come and meet Katy and Ryan Sweat and their family.   The Sweat Demo Derby Drivers are looking forward to the Sunday’s premiere of the new reality TV show on Direct TV 281 or Dish Network 364 or Comcast 663 which features the Sweat Demo Derby Drivers team.  Katy and Ryan Sweat have just returned from a media tour in Los Angeles where they were interviewed about their reality roles in the new KINGS OF CRASH TV show on Discovery’s Velocity Channel.

Reality TV Show Premiere Party for the Sweat Team Demolition Derby Drivers
Sunday, February 10th
7:30 pm
Hosted by Sonny Olsen and family at 5132 North, 300 West Building in Orem.

About the Sweat Demolition Derby Drivers:

The Sweat Demolition Derby Drivers team includes Katy Sweat, Ryan Sweat and his brother Mont Sweat, (known as the Sweat Brothers)  TJ McPhie, Jim Simko,  and Jared Lazenby.  Each summer as a team they travel with their cars to Demolition Derby events around Utah to drive for prize money.   Demolition derbies, first held in the 1950’s, have regained world popularity over the last few years among motorsport fans.  There are estimated to be at least 2,000 demolition derbies every year in the United States alone.    In demolition derbies the car is stripped of fixtures, lights and glass and numbered.  Drivers wearing at least a seat belt and a helmet race in heats that require them to hit another car every 2 minutes.  The last running car that makes contact with another driver wins.  For more information about the Sweat Demolition Derby Drivers team please visit https://www.facebook.com/katysweatdemoderby

 

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