METAL2METAL Announces Second Pay-Per-View Event, a Truck Demolition Derby

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Truck-crashing, figure-8 racing and other hard-hitting motorsport events to be broadcast LIVE from Thunderbird Stadium in Bremerton, Washington, USA, on Saturday, May 15. Drivers will compete to determine the "last man standing".

Responding to the overwhelming success of the first METAL2METAL demolition derby event, M2M Productions is proud to announce the availability of "METAL2METAL 2", a live, pay-per-view event featuring trucks, on May 15, 2010 at 8:00PM EST (5:00PM PST).

"The first installment of METAL2METAL really blew away our expectations!" says Brent Woolard, Executive Producer and Announcer for the event. "We want to thank all the fans that joined us live and via the broadcast. In particular, the instant, on-air feedback we received through our social media partners Facebook, Twitter and America On Line (AOL) added an exciting and fun element to the production."

Patrick Duncan, Announcer for METAL2METAL, continues, "We appreciate the cooperation of the Kitsap Destruction Derby Association and it's President Kelly Ensor. Over the years, these guys have put on some of the best shows in demolition derby, figure 8 and oval facing and have delivered some very impressive smash fests. We are pleased to continue working with these guys and expect the 2010 season to be great!"

The DEMOLITION DERBY LEAGUE will again serve as the exclusive, multi-platform distribution partner for "METAL2METAL". Dudley Disastro, Commissioner of the DEMOLITION DERBY LEAGUE, says "The METAL2METAL production crew put on a fantastic show last time. The feedback we're received from the broadcast fans has been great. They said they want to see more and we're glad to be able to offer it. We crash cars 'cause it's fun!"

“METAL2METAL” is a co-production of DemoDerbyUSA.com and the DEMOLITION DERBY LEAGUE. Sponsoring partners for the production include the Kitsap Destruction Derby Association, WestSound Community Television, Thunderbird Stadium, Kitsap County Parks & Recreation Department, DuMedia Lighthouse and the DEMOLITION DERBY NEWS.

For additional information about the "METAL2METAL" event, please visit:

http://www.metal2metal.tv

ABOUT DEMOLITION DERBIES
A demolition derby is a competitive, combative motorsport in which drivers deliberately and repeatedly crash motorized vehicles into each other, on a racetrack or in an enclosed area, with the winner being the last vehicle still moving after all others have been disabled. Oftentimes, these events are held at county fairs and festivals as entertainment, with the winner receiving cash, prizes or an awards cup. Variations include figure 8, enduro, banger, roll-over, Siamese, train, and other racing styles with some drivers, over a long career, even reaching icon status. Terms commonly used within the industry include sandbagger, destruction derby, metal mayhem, roll-over, points system and championship.

ABOUT THE DEMOLITION DERBY LEAGUE
The DEMOLITION DERBY LEAGUE is a member-based association that serves as the international, organizing body for combative, motorized sports. The membership is composed of drivers, car builders, team owners, crew members, event promoters, track owners, sponsors, media interests, fans and enthusiasts. Through its demolition derbies, figure-8 racing, off-road derbies, banger races, enduro competitions and other hard-hitting events, the League provides opportunities for participants of all interest levels to engage in the world of aggressive driving. More information about the League can be found at http://www.ddleague.org.

ABOUT DERBYDEMOUSA.COM
DemoDerbyUSA.com and its team of media professionals have been involved with live event production for many years, having worked in television, cable, film and video environments. For the 2010 season, the DemoDerbyUSA.com team will film ten (10) motorsports events in the Pacific Northwest USA for distribution via DVDs. Samples of their work are available at http://www.demoderbyusa.com.

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