Atlanta’s Auto Advisor and founder of the Women’s Automotive Connection, Gail Dunn, encourages women to take control of their automotive service and repair transactions by empowering and educating them to come out ahead.
In conjunction with National Car Care Month, “Automotive Boot Camp for Women,” is an entertaining program educating women on vehicle service, maintenance, mechanical and collision repair.
The event will be at Parc Alpharetta on Saturday, April 18 at 2:00 pm.
This fun afternoon will feature hands-on learning and the chance to give back to those in need.
Tickets are only $15 and two cans of food for North Fulton Community Charities' Food Drive.
MORE INFORMATION: http://www.pitchengine.com/free-release.php?id=5977
Why should you go? Well, if you're a woman (or a man, for that matter) looking for creative ways to cut costs in today’s economy, you could be financially devastated when facing a major problem with your vehicle.
So learn how to not get taken for a ride when you visit a mechanic.
Women purchase 60% of all new and used automobiles and influence over 85% of all car purchases (J.D. Power and Associates).
Additionally, women spend $300 billion annually on used car sales, maintenance, repairs and service (Road & Track Magazine, Female Buyer Study).
CHECK OUT A LITTLE OF WHAT YOU WILL LEARN AT BOOT CAMP HERE: