LeeAnn Shattuck Bio:
LeeAnn Shattuck, a.k.a. "The Car ChickTM" is an automotive enthusiast, speaker, writer, radio & television host, and champion race car driver. LeeAnn owns a unique, personal car shopping service, dedicated to helping women & smart men get a great deal on the Perfect CarTM without all of the hassle and frustration that comes with traditional car shopping.
LeeAnn’s love affair with cars began at age five with her neighbor’s orange VW Bug and quickly evolved into a passion for racing sports cars and anything else with wheels. LeeAnn was introduced to the inner workings of the car business in the late 90s as a management consultant, working with large dealership groups to standardize their business processes and technology. In 2006, LeeAnn opened her car buying service and has devoted her life to changing the way women buy cars.
LeeAnn’s passion for educating and empowering women makes her a popular speaker with women’s business and social organizations. Known around the world as “The Car ChickTM”, LeeAnn has been featured on dozens of national radio and television programs. She regularly co-hosts the nationally syndicated radio show, “America’s Garage”, and the internet channel, “Car Chick TV”.
In 2013, she stared in the Speed Channel’s reality show, “R U Faster Than a Redneck”, along side comedian Jon Reep, NASCAR legend Kenny Wallace, and Dukes of Hazard star John Schneider.
LeeAnn is currently producing and co-hosting a new reality show about restoring classic cars, called “Rust Rescue”. She lives in Charlotte, NC with her mechanic / husband, David, her pink Mini Cooper, “Maggie”, and two very spoiled cats.
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