Heather Storm Bio
Heather Storm is an American television personality. She co-hosted Velocity Network’s hit series “Garage Squad.” Heather and her male co-stars as they crashed garages around the Chicago-land area, USA, helping owners refurbish their distressed, classic hot rods and get them back on the road.
Heather was the spokeswoman for Mercury Auto Insurance, an on-camera sports reporter for My Combat Channel, and has starred in over 30 national commercials. Heather is also a recurring guest–mixologist on the top-rated “Playboy Morning Show“, and as producer and host of “The MixDown,” a series on Complex TV with 180+ million impressions, where she created unique cocktail recipes paired with electronic dance music.
Heather is also a successful businesswoman and marketing guru, specializing in hospitality, fine wine, spirits, and cuisine. She pioneered a niche market as the Co-founder and CEO of Black LAB, a boutique eco-event company who’s fresh juice cocktails and dedication to sustainable events are setting new industry standards.
Many don’t know this but Storm has a degree in Environmental Science, which she puts to use by advocating for sustainable tourism and marine conservation.
Growing up in the foothills of the Big Snowy Mountains in Montana, Heather developed a deep love of nature and adventure, thus inspiring her mission to protect the earth. She has a degree in Environmental Science. She is an advocate for sustainable tourism and marine conservation.
Heather has designed “Eco-Conscious” toolkits for the Caribbean Hotel Association and as a SCUBA Rescue Diver, assisted with protecting the queen conch population around the Turks & Caicos Islands. She has also trekked through remote areas on every major continent, and her wanderlust has led her to explore more than 20 countries around the world.
Storm, highly popular for her reality TV shows which involved her appearance on over 21 shows as the host namely: Street Tuner Challenge, Gamers. She appeared in a series of movies titled: No Bad Days, Nail Demon, Rush Hour 3 and more.
As a certified fitness trainer, sommelier and conscious living expert, Heather shares her knowledge and adventures on her blog, recommending accommodations and sites to visit worldwide and crafting original healthy recipes.
Heather Storm Age Wiki
She was born on the 24th of May 1992. Heather is now 27 years of age as of 2019.
Heather Storm Net Worth
Due to her popularity and influence her net worth by 2017 has been estimated to be close to 1.7 Million dollars which is not only made from the Reality TV shows but also from the various businesses. She is the co-founder and CEO of a boutique eco-event company called Black LAB.
Heather Storm Husband
Heather has never hinted in any media interviews that she has done about her having a husband. So it is wise to say that she is not married, although she has never talked about anything in relation to this. Her social media accounts don’t provide any clue either.
She has never introduced any boyfriend in her life and has never appeared anywhere with anyone purported to be dating her. As far as we are concerned, Heather is not dating anyone at the moment.
Heather Storm Body Measurements
- Height: 5′ 7″ (1.7 m)
- Weight: 60kgs
- Shoe Size: 7.5 US
- Body Shape: Slender
- Hair Colour: Blonde
Garage Squad Heather Storm
Garage Squad is a fun-filled Velocity Network show where Storm teams up with National Hot Rod Association driver Bruno Massel, and mechanic Joe Zolper to refurbish old cars at the request of fans. The squad transforms abandoned machines to “ultimate dream cars” round the clock.
Heather Storm Leaves Garage Squad
Garage Squad’ rescues weekend mechanics who perhaps lack the time, resources or simple know-how to get their `project’ autos road-worthy again. National Hot Rod Association world champion driver Bruno Massel, co-host Heather Storm and lead mechanic Joe Zolper bring expertise, parts, and tools as they crash the garages of amateurs who are in over their heads under the hood. After working alongside the owners to ensure the perfect vehicular vision, the squad returns the completed cars for an emotional reuniting of man and machine.
On a Facebook Post Heather sounded like one who was ready let go from the show. “As a car lover and gearhead I have had such an amazing experience working on the show for the past four years helping make car dreams come true for deserving folks,” she wrote at the time.
“All the car owners I worked with truly have a place in my heart! I wish it could have lasted longer but all good things must come to an end, eventually,” she added. “I wish the best of luck to Cristy Lee and the entire Garage Squad team.”
She is moving on to new projects. She documents the sights of small-town America driving around the country in her ‘65 Mustang on her YouTube channel, (Drive Yourself Local). Heather also continues to co-host the podcast Man Seeks Adventure. Meanwhile, lucky fans can meet her at her car show appearances.
The Garage Squad repairs killer cars and trucks and brings them back from the great beyond. But there’s more than meets the eye… Under the hood of every Garage Squad rescue, you’ll find a heartbeat.
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