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Mercedes-Benz of Sacramento becomes a female friendly dealer certified by AskPatty.com

"When it comes to the purchase of new vehicles, women are in the driver's seat -- both as buyers and influencers." says James Crowley, General Manager of Mercedes-Benz of Sacramento, California. That's where our dealership's Mission Statement and AskPatty.com certification come in.

The Mercedes-Benz of Sacramento dealership lives by its mission statement that: "Our culture guarantees a world class experience for our clients and employees through trust, integrity and dedication as the premier luxury dealership in Northern California," says James. "And our mission statement extends to customers both offline and online."

James and his team at Mercedes-Benz of Sacramento know that more than half of online women (54%), according to Internet Research Group, log onto the Internet to gather information and do research, and their chief goals are to save time and money.

The Mercedes-Benz of Sacramento dealership invests a vast amount of time a resources and dedicates staff to handle Internet lead and phone traffic. The dealership is also one of the newest additions to the AskPatty.com network of 'female friendly' certified dealerships.

"Ask Patty applauds Mercedes-Benz of Sacramento's commitment to address the needs of the female consumer," stated Jody DeVere, President of AskPatty. "This dealership is a prime example of excellent customer satisfaction and taking the step to become Female Friendly certified just exemplifies that commitment."

"Ask Patty is proud to have the Mercedes-Benz of Sacramento participating in the program," stated Peter Martin, CEO AskPatty.com, Inc. "Their commitment to improve the experience of women consumers speaks volumes about their organization and their progressive thinking."

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