Jody DeVere is the CEO of AskPatty.com, Inc, a website, blog, and marketing to women agency providing automotive education to women consumers, as well as training, ongoing marketing support and education, and certifications to car dealers, independent service locations, tire dealers, collision centers, and other automotive retailers. As a social media marketing to women expert, journalist, car care expert, and safety spokesperson, it has been a primary goal to promote, mentor and support careers for women in the automotive industry, and she has more than twenty-five years of achievement as a successful entrepreneur focused on sales and marketing leadership to assist her in this quest. She is a champion for women in the automotive industry, and her company serves as the first point of contact for many women who are seeking the very best in car sales and service across the United States and Canada.
She speaks at events nationwide quite often, and has a proven history as an education for conferences held by American Car Care Centers, DSP20 Groups, Mercedes Benz Corporate, the National Automobile Dealer Association (NADA.org), National Independent Automobile Dealer Association (NIADA.org), JD Power Automotive Internet Roundtable, GYNYDA, NAWBO, Marketing to Women Conference (M2W.biz), Car Care Council Women’s Board, BlogHer.org, and the Northwood Auto Show and the Association of Automotive Internet Sales Professionals.
She continues to do speaking engagements on the automotive industry, social media, marketing to women, and everything in between.
What should i pay for a 2003 Buick LeSabre? Read Answers
Greetings, I have a 2003 Pontiac Montana minivan which in the past hasn't given me too many problems and has fairly good gas mileage. It has a 3.4 engine, but now a couple of different mechanics tell me the head gaskets need to be replaced......in other words, a lot of money. It has about 187,000 miles on it. I'm 62 and have preferred minivans in the last few years because I have an artificial hip and its easier for me to get in and out of a minivan, plus I like the extra room. Anyway, I don't think I want to put the extra money into this van and was wondering, in your opinion, which used minivan has the least problems or is the easiest to maintain. A friend suggested an used Crown Victoria, perhaps one previously used by law enforcement because he says they are pretty well 'bullet proof' or has the least maintenance problems. I really want a minivan but at the same time, prefer a vehicle I can really depend on. Please give me your opinion on this. Thank you very much for your help. blessings, Rick Harris Read Answers
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