Who is Matthew Heller?

Matthew Heller is a renowned entrepreneur, movie & TV producer,  motivational speaker, actor and TV personality.  He is best known as the Founder of the company 'Hornblasters,' which has over 1 Million customers worldwide. Matthew Co-Produced the award-winning TV Special 'Love You, Ralphie' (2022) the biopic movie about Ralphie May, which is the first movie ever made about the late comedian.

HornBlasters

Matt Heller's notable achievements are many and varied, but perhaps none is more remarkable than his founding of HornBlasters. As the visionary behind the company, he has revolutionized the car horn industry by introducing train horns to the market. Under his leadership, HornBlasters has become a household name, known for its high-quality, reliable products that have earned the loyalty of car enthusiasts around the globe. The company's reputation for excellence has solidified its position as a market leader in the automotive industry.

As Seen on TV

Matthew has also appeared on numerous unscripted reality television programs, including the season premier of Discovery’s “Garage Rehab with Richard Rawlings”, MTV’s “Pimp My Ride”, CMT’s “Trick My Truck”, Velocity’s “The Auto Firm with Alex Vega”, Paramount Networks “Power Nation” and his company has made appearances on several other television programs, including The Ellen Degeneres Show, Animal Planet’s “Tanked”, Discovery’s “Diesel Brothers” and “Monster Garage” with Jesse James as well as MAVTV’s “The Lifted Life”.

Other Happenings

Matthew appears as a frequent guest on FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, and various other programs, and has been featured in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Jalopnik, Newsweek, Huffington Post, Inc, Entrepreneur, The Miami Herald and The Daily Mail, among other major publications regarding topics such as business and entrepreneurship.

He was named among the Top 35 Entrepreneurs in America Under 35 by SEMA Magazine and won many accolades and awards in the automotive aftermarket industry.

Philanthropy

In terms of charitable involvement, Matthew repeatedly sat as Vice President of the Young Adult Division of the Tampa Jewish Community Centers & Federation as well as remaining actively involved as President of the Crystal Springs Colony Farms.