SARASOTA, FL — AskPatty.com, Inc., announced today that Mary Aichlmayr, managing editor of Tire Review magazine, will join the automotive advisory panel of industry-expert women for their new woman’s portal, Ask Patty. The Ask Patty website, http://www.askpatty.com, which launched June 8, 2006, provides a safe place for women to get advice on car purchases, maintenance and other automotive related topics online. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement Mary Aichlmayr is managing editor of Tire Review magazine, a business publication read by more than 30,000 independent tire dealers in North America. Tire Review is dedicated to the success of tire dealers serving the passenger, commercial, agricultural, specialty and off-the-road tire markets. Aichlmayr writes several feature articles for the monthly magazine as well as a regular column that focuses on business operations and management strategy. She also manages the Tire Review website. During her eight-year career as a trade journalist, Aichlmayr has written for several publications in the manufacturing, supply chain, trucking, warehousing, distribution and real estate arenas. She graduated summa cum laude from Baldwin-Wallace College with a degree in English. In her automotive advisory role, Aichlmayr will respond to questions from female consumers on automotive related topics via the website. The Ask Patty interactive advice blog launched May 22, 2006. “Knowing how to serve women customers is absolutely essential to the success of today’s tire dealer,” said Mary Aichlmayr. “Women represent a powerful force in the automotive industry, and their influence will only get stronger. Fully 65 percent of a typical tire dealer’s customer base is made up of women, yet most still report negative experiences when shopping for tires. That has to change for tire dealers to be successful in the long run.” Advertisement “Mary Aichlmayr has an understanding of the needs of women when it comes to a great buying experience in the automotive industry,” says Jody DeVere, president of Ask Patty. “Her experience with Tire Review will be invaluable to women consumers who come to Ask Patty for answers about their vehicles and dealership interactions.” According to DeVere, Ask Patty provides the safe environment for women to get advice and information needed to feel empowered and confident when they go to their local dealership for car service, repairs, maintenance and when they negotiate and purchase a new or used vehicle. Peter Martin, CEO of AskPatty.com adds, “Adding Mary to our Automotive Expert Panel is a great step for Ask Patty. It will allow us to expand our knowledge base to cover even more information about tires and the aftermarket world of the automotive industry.”
Share Share NewsRegional New St Kitts Cabinet sworn into Office by: Caribbean Media Corporation – February 23, 2015 Share Sharing is caring! 157 Views no discussions Tweet Dr Timothy Harris being sworn in as Prime Minister by Resident Judge Marlene CarterBASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC) – Newly elected Prime Minister, Dr Timothy Harris, has pledged to “join forces across the political divide” in an effort to restore unity in St Kitts-Nevis.Harris, addressing the swearing ceremony of his new Cabinet on Sunday at the Warner Park Cricket Stadium, said the victory of the coalition Team Unity in the February 16 general election will be a model for the rest of the Caribbean.Team Unity won seven of the 11 seats contested in the general election. The 15-member parliament will also include three senators, two appointed by the government and the attorney general, who is the ex-officio member.“I promise you that my cabinet will lead this country, with your help and prayers to a better place for all the people of St Kitts Nevis and not just some of the people. We the people determined that enough was enough, it was a time to end victimization and political discrimination.”The Prime Minister also promised the young people that “a new dawn has come because Team Unity will ensure prosperity”.The Cabinet was sworn into office by Governor General Sir Edmund Lawrence and includes Sean Kenneth Richards, the Deputy Prime Minister who is also the Minister of Education, Youth, Sport and Culture.Eugene Hamilton – Minister of Agriculture, Social Services, Cooperatives and lands; Wendy Phillips- Minister of state in the Ministry of Health and Gender Affairs; Vincent Fitzgerald Byron – Attorney General, Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs; Mark Brantley – Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation.Harris will also have responsibility for the Ministries of Finance and Sustainable Development, People Empowerment, National Security and Constituency Empowerment.
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