Six-time World Record Holder JD "Iceman" Anderson Displays Superhuman Strength at Pennzoil AutoFair
Six-time world-record holder and an expert in feats of unbelievable strength, JD Anderson, will appear at Charlotte Motor Speedway during the four-day Pennzoil AutoFair, April 4-7.
Anderson has broken a total of six world records including the Guinness World Record for "The Most Ice Blocks Broken by a Human Battering Ram," earning him the nickname "The Iceman." His amazing strength allows him to break baseball bats across his back or knees, rip license plates in half with his teeth and roll up frying pans with his bare hands.
As he has traveled the world showcasing his unique abilities, Anderson uses his platform to share his unwavering Christian faith and inspire others to reach their full potential through motivational speaking.
"Being in the position I'm in is truly the biggest honor one could have," Anderson said. "Traveling the world entertaining and wowing people through feats of strength is great, but the chance to impact people's lives on a daily basis is what life is all about. The greatest thing you can make in life is a difference."
Anderson's success has led him to star on several top TV shows including: "The Daily Show with John Stewart," "Guinness World Records Gone Wild," "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "Americas Got Talent," among others, as well as appearing at Guinness World Records in Milan, Italy.
Today, "The Iceman" travels around the world motivating and encouraging people of all ages in churches and school assembly programs. Anderson has spoken at over 1,000 school assembly programs and has left an imprint on hundreds of lives.
Charlotte Motor Speedway will host Anderson at the Pennzoil AutoFair on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of the four-day automotive spectacular with one-of-a-kind performances at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. daily near Victory Lane.
The Pennzoil AutoFair features more than 50 car club displays and more than 10,000 vendor spaces offering an array of automotive parts and memorabilia. More than 1,500 collectible vehicles of all makes and models will be available for sale in the car corral that rings the 1.5-mile superspeedway. In addition, kids can enjoy face-painting, bounce houses, and other games and entertainment in the Play Zone. Hours for the April 4-7 Pennzoil AutoFair are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday through Saturday, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Single-day tickets are $13 each day for adults. Admission is FREE for children 13 and under with an adult. A 4-Day Weekend Pass is available for just $32. To buy tickets, AutoFair attendees can call the speedway ticket office at 1-800-455-FANS (3267), shop online at www.charlottemotorspeedway.com, or buy them at the gate.
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