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Blogher.com and J D Power asked both men and women to describe their range of emotions while going through the automotive purchasing cycle. Both genders listed “excited” as the primary emotion with men at 71% and women at 74%. Women were also more nervous (53%) during the process than men (42%) and less confident (30%) than men (37%).
However, when we filtered the same question results through those who had used either blogs or social networks to help with car information…Continue
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My Dad is still driving at 85 years old and is one of the big reasons I love cars! My Dad did not own a car at all until he was he was 33 years old. Owning a car was a luxury item for a post WWII blue collar family man in the 1950's, he car-pooled to work for years. His first car was a new 1956 Chevy (pictured on left), bought the year after I was born, (HEY.. how did they get me home from the hospital?). Already a father of four girls, including me,… Continue
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An estimated 14,000 women gathered at the nonprofit, nonpartisan conference WeEmpower Women’s Conference held in the Long Beach Arena in Southern California yesterday along with myself. The event, which began 22 years ago as a government initiative for female small business owners and working professionals, has grown into the largest woman’s forum of its kind in the United States.
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