FCC Collision opened the doors for business in 1975 in Mountain View, CA. FCC later opened a second shop in Milpitas, CA. FCC has found that over half of their customers are females. ... Read More!
Jody DeVere CEO AskPatty On Blog Talk Radio 12/17 9am PDT with theBoomer and The Babe http://bit.ly/fFJLf7 ... Read More!
This fun poem from AskPatty.com made me think how many women I know are currently rescuing their families … buying last-minute gifts, organizing meals and visits to relatives, wrapping presents, managing expectations … To all you superhuman She- Santas, ho ho ho .. and thanks to AskPatty: ... Read More!
Extend the life of your vehicle's power source by following this expert advice ... Read More!
Several auto dealers and repair centers in and around the Houston area have been certified "female-friendly" toward customers. ... Read More!
Register or Sign InX Register or Sign In using: ...please wait... Register for a free BlogTalkRadio account. Already have one? Sign in. Jody Devere - Ask Patty Boomer and The Babe Open in your default player or in new window Call-in Number: (917) 388-4162 Upcoming Show: 12/17/2010 9:00 ...
Curry's Auto Service gets today's repair and service, keeping inspections at the center of its philosophy. ... Read More!
FCC Collision opened the doors for business in 1975 in Mountain View, CA. FCC later opened a second shop in Milpitas, CA. FCC has found that over half of their customers are females. Therefore, FCC strives to be properly trained to be aware of what their female customers were looking for in a collision business. FCC is an AskPatty female friendly certified repair shop, which helps achieve their goal of ...
These days you need more than just a "www" online presence. NIADA's General Counsel, Keith Whann, addresses the increasing value of using online social media to drive customers to your dealership. Joining this panel discussion: Philip Zelinger, Ad Agency Online; Jody Devere, AskPatty.com; Ken Gibson, Gibson Internet Marketing and Consulting; and Don Walker, Walker Investments. ... ...
It really is a shame that we women still dread a visit to the mechanic or a shopping trip to a dealer…just because we’re women! ... Read More!