Saturday, April 07, 2007

Female Friendly Certified Dealerships

Research shows that women spend over $80 billion to purchase over 50 percent of all vehicles sold in the United States each year. Many car manufacturers and car dealers are starting to target female car buyers. AskPatty.com is a website specially created to provide women with advice on car purchases, maintenance and other automotive-related topics. All questions or concerns in the car purchasing process are answered by the Ask Patty advisory panel of female automotive experts. You can also compare and search cars on their website. Currently, AskPatty.com is promoting their Ask Patty certified female friendly dealer network. The Ask Patty Certified Dealer Program is dedicated to help women consumers find an automotive dealer in their area who they can work with and trust. An Ask Patty female friendly certified dealer is a dealer who creates a safe and comfortable environment and an excellent experience of purchasing and maintaining a vehicle for female customers. Ask Patty has already certified over 50 dealers across the U.S. If you are interested, you can Shop for a New Car Here.

1 comment:

Ryan Gerardi said...

Ask Patty is about brand recognition and engaging in relationships with women online about their auto needs and experiences. As the program increases in readership and gains credibility with auto dealers, I suspect we will see millions of online users and thousands of dealerships across the country taking the platform to new heights.

Check out the del.icio.us link on my website under Wonder Links that leads to videos, podcasts, other blog entries, and press releases about all things Ask Patty.