Whether it's buying a new car, repairing "old reliable" or dealing with a recall, drivers need to know their cars better than ever before. http://whatscookintoday.blogspot.com/2010/04/407-mary-mccormack-larry-lipson-jody.html
Studies show that American women spend $200 billion a year at car dealerships and account for 54 per cent of purchases. http://trueslant.com/caitlinkelly/2010/04/07/curves-power-speed-and-stamina-ooooh-car-lust/
A Woman Who Means Business Judy Curry describes herself as "a soccer mom with two kids, a business degree and a dream." She is co-founder with her husband, Matt, of Curry's Auto Service, one of the largest and most successful independent automotive service and repair companies in the Washington, D.C., area. http://www.womenentrepreneur.com/2010/04/a-woman-who-means-business.html
To achieve certified status, their personnel completed online training on how to better meet the expectations of the woman consumer. http://www.heraldstandard.com/news_detail/article/1244/2010/april/04/eq-muffler-becomes-askpatty-member.html
Miller Auto Team of Vestal New York is AskPatty.com Certified Female Friendly® ... Read More!
AskPatty.com's Expert Women answer questions about car care and trouble shooting. Featured in the Long Island Press. http://www.longislandpress.com/2010/04/01/ask-patty-for-the-week-of-april-1-april-7/
Influence: How Women’s Soaring Economic Power Will Transform Our World for the Better (May 2010) author Maddy Dychtwald
Hard Shell Finish Jingle Contest page features the AskPatty.com symbol. http://www.hardshellfinish.com/Rules.aspx
March 2010Jody Devere and AskPatty featured at FenderBender.com "The X (Chromosome) Factor"Does the sex of the person fixing your car, or taking your information over the phone, or writing up an estimate make a meaningful difference? Well, yes, it can. In an industry that serves people who are typically in crisis, creating a nurturing, concerned and yes, feminine, customer care culture is going to bring in business. Not to mention that ...
AskPatty.com President and CEO Jody DeVere was interviewed for an article appearing on page 16 of the April 17, 2010, edition of Woman's Day Magazine.In the article, titled "Tuneup Time," DeVere provides Women's Day readers with three simple steps to prep their cars for warmer spring weather.Read the article in its digital edition at Zinio.com, or purchase a copy on newsstands soon!