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Patty: I am searching for suggestions regarding a "car fair" for women. My thought is to provide information - booths - at our dealership which would allow females and their children of driving age to learn vehicle safety and maintenance of same. Do you have any thoughts regarding a process for the success of the above mentioned project? I would appreciate any thought provoking ideas which you might want to share. Thanking you in advance for your assistance as well as a very educational site with a wealth of information. Shan

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Lori Johnson, Owner and Instructor at Ladies Start Your Engines Dear Shan, Where are you located? I teach an automotive class for women. Dealerships are some of the people I work with. I am in the Philadelphia area. Take a look at my website, and maybe we can talk. At one dealership they had me come and do my 2 hr. class, but before that they had an hour where the women could talk to people from finance, auto body repair, tires etc. The women spent 3 hours at the dealership and received a lot of information that day. Lori Johnson www.ladiesstartyourengines.net

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