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AskPatty.com is pleased to announce the unveiling of the all-new AskPatty.com website featuring an updated interface, enhanced usability, and all new features including the Ask Patty Marketplace powered by LemonFree.
AskPatty.com Inc., a website, blog, and online resource that serves as a safe haven for women to get advice on car purchases,…Continue
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Came across this excellent article!
Myth: Women don't buy cars and computers
Despite tech and car ads being overwhelmingly geared towards men, one marketing company called Girlpower http://www.girlpowermarketing.com/women_statistics.html, found that women buy more than 50 percent of “traditional male products,” including electronics, home…
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An AskPatty Christmas Tale...
'Twas the night before Christmas, and at the North Pole
Old Santa was pacing a path through the snow
On his rosy cheeks he now wore a frown;
His new fancy sleigh had just broken down.
It had heating and air, GPS, leather seats,
and a 200 Reindeer-Power Five…
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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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The Women’s Automotive Association International (WAAI) will present the prestigious Professional Achievement Award to three automotive industry women during its annual awards dinner in Los Angeles on Wednesday, December 2, 2009, according to a recent announcement by Lorraine Schulz, WAAI founder and CEO.
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