CARROLLTON, Texas, August 25, 2021 / PRNewswire / – From April to June, Taylor reimer, a University of Oklahoma student, dotted across the South and Midwest, BuzzBallz racing car in tow, to participate in professional miniature car races.

This racing style tests the speed and accuracy of 900 pound racing cars with four cylinder engines and 300-400 horsepower. Midget car races are globally recognized, with many international competitions often taking place in the UK and Australia.

Since April, BuzzBallz / Southern Champion, LLC has sponsored Reimer. She wore a BuzzBallz branded racing suit and drove a BuzzBallz wrapped race car for most of her competitions.

“We’re super excited with how the first half of the season has gone, and we can’t wait to continue the rest of the year with BuzzBallz,” said Reimer.

This year, Reimer has won six qualifying races and placed seven times in the top 10 and in the top five once.

As a women-owned business, the staff at BuzzBallz have reveled in Reimer’s success, but many are equally in awe of what she is capable of juggling.

Reimer is taking 17 hours this semester. Plus, she’ll compete again despite huge responsibility – she’s a cheerleader for University of Oklahoma, a Division 1 school in the Big 12.

The football season will soon be in full swing.

From September to November, she will travel with the soccer team across the country between competing in nine races across Oklahoma and the Midwest.

Her wit and ingenuity mirrors that of another woman in a predominantly male space – Cheerful kick, CEO and Founder of BuzzBallz / Southern Champion, LLC.

Kick was faced with numerous men aiming to keep her out of the “boys club”. Nonetheless, she succeeded, ultimately pushing her product to become one of the most popular ready-to-drink cocktails in the country.

Likewise, Reimer used people’s doubts about her as fuel to keep her in this space.

“Whenever I was a little girl I knew there weren’t a lot of female race car drivers, but that didn’t stop me,” Reimer said. “It started a fire under me to show everyone that anyone can be a race car driver, male or female. I’ve never been insecure, rather determined to shatter female stereotypes in racing. race and prove people wrong. “

Reimer’s next appearance will be September 4 and 5 at Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Missouri for the National Sprint and Midget Championships. It will end the season November 6 at Caney Valley Speedway at Caney, Kansas.

“We have already made so much progress in the last two months and believe we will win a podium by the end of the year,” said Reimer, explaining that she believes she will make the top 3. at the end of a grand prize. before the end of the season.

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About BuzzBallz, LLC / Southern Champion

BuzzBallz, LLC / Southern Champion is a family business Texas distillery, cellar and brewery founded in 2009 as a result of Merrilee Kick’s master’s thesis project. In just over 10 years, BuzzBallz, LLC / Southern Champion has dramatically expanded its product base and started to grow into a global brand. As the only female-owned distillery, winery and joint brewery in the United States, this company has gained significant recognition, enjoying nationwide distribution and dozens of awards. The company maintains a fun branding message by creating high quality premixed cocktails, as well as small batch spirits. Learn more about: , and


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