Transformers Movie Cars to Appear in the FIREBALL RUN Series

"Scary Car" from Transformers Age of Extinction will be in Waynesville October 2nd at the Fireball Run finish line!

“Scary Car” from Transformers Age of Extinction will be in Waynesville October 2nd at the Fireball Run finish line!

ORLANDO FLORIDA- FIREBALL RUN, an online reality travel series announces the “Scary Cars” as seen in Transformers: Age of Extinction, Directed by Michael Bay will participate in Season 8 FIREBALL RUN America’s Frontier. The production films live beginning Sept 27th in Frisco, Texas, thereafter traveling to Camden, AR., Ardmore, OK., Enid, OK., Bentonville, AR., Pulaski County, MO., Sedalia, MO., and finishes October 4th in Independence, Missouri.

Rally Fighter vehicles, manufactured by Arizona based Local Motors, have had an ongoing presence in the FIREBALL RUN series since 2012. However this season both vehicles used in the Transformers pivotal chase scenes are schedule to compete and make appearances in the 2014 FIREBALL RUN competition series.

The public is encouraged to come out to the public event in Downtown Waynesville on October 2, from 3- 6 pm for the live filming of the FIREBALL RUN series, meet the drivers of all 40 participant vehicles, and then get up close with the Rally Fighter movie cars.

Unlike the typical reality TV series, the FIREBALL RUN is filmed in real time. The competition is somewhat similar to the 1980’s Cannonball Run movie starring Burt Reynolds and Dom DeLuise as a team of drivers in a wacky coast-to-coast race from New York to California. Unlike the movie however FIREBALL RUN teams are not road racing, instead teams from all over the world participate in a life-size, brain-challenging, trivia pursuit game called an adventurally (adventure-rally). Their vehicles serving as pawns on a massive game board the size of America. To advance from city to city and score they solve trivia based on a geographical position. After which they must complete a series of tasks ranging from zany to life-changing. And if you’re wondering what the prize is- don’t set your hopes too high. Teams compete for bragging rights and a plastic road sign, all while raising awareness for missing children.

The FIREBALL RUN series is available on Roku, GoogleTV, Amazon FireTV, and Smart TV on the AdeysTV Channel. All seasons and episodes are also available on YouTube and iTunes.

For more about FIREBALL RUN or to see episodes visit http://www.FIREBALLRUN.com or email media@fireballrun.com

For more about Pulaski County USA visit http://www.PulaskiCountyUSA.com

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