Sedalia Trailblazers Team Drives Fireball Run in Sedalia [INTERVIEW]
Local and area residents are invited to be a part of a reality series filmed for television when they attend the Fireball Run stop in Sedalia on in the first week of October.
Fireball Run is the most epic Adventurally in America; a gripping and emotional 8-day, 2,000 mile, life-sized trivia game where America serves as the game board. Enid is Day 4 during this, the eighth season of Fireball Run. This year’s theme is America’s Frontier and the route begins in Frisco, Texas on Sept. 27 and ends in Independence, Mo. on Oct. 4. Fireball Run is streamed live to a world-audience through its website, FireballRun.com, and footage captured by the Fireball Run cameras will continue to live on its website. Driving a 2013 Camaro ZL1 Convertible, team Sedalia Trailblazers has been assigned and will raise awareness for local missing child, Beck Hotsenpiller. Beck Hotsenpiller, now 3 years old, who has been missing since July 30, 2013. A victim of a non-custodial abduction, Local Participants Ron Ditzfeld and Rick Yeager hope to raise media attention that could inspire someone to come forward with new leads for police. I got to talk with a couple of the power players involved in Fireball Run, Rick Yeager and Ron Ditzfield, about all the great stuff going on that weekend.
To find out more about the Fireball Run series, visit their website, like them on Facebook, or keep your radio tuned to our stations. We'll have updates every week from some aspect of the Fireball Run every Tuesday until the show rolls into town!