Partners with AutoNetTV

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief, Inc. has announced a partnership with AutoNetTV to provide a better customer experience for women at automotive service centers.

Robert Cannon, Chairman of AutoNetTV told us “We are delighted to be working with AskPatty. Jody DeVere is truly one of the great marketers in this industry. We think the AutoNetTV products will benefit AskPatty’s followers and professional clients as well.”

The Certified Female Friendly training helps automotive organizations build, develop and maintain a high-performance workforce aimed at improving communication with women by offering virtual interactive training that transforms workforce performance management into an ongoing, dynamic process. Women car owners can locate a Certified Female Friendly location by zip code at

Jody DeVere, President of told us “AutoNetTV helps automotive service center owners change their approach to communicating more effectively with women by utilizing educational video, blogs and other social content to empower women with automotive education. Women are not the same as men, and they do not make purchasing decisions in the same way as men. Women not only communicate differently, but also buy differently. Business Week reports that women make over 80 percent of the buying decisions in US households today. In effect, they have become nearly every family’s chief purchasing officer,


The Ask, Inc. website and blog is a safe place for women to get advice on car purchases, maintenance and other automotive related topics. Women can shop for vehicles at our network of Certified Female Friendly locations across the U.S and Canada.
Ask Patty Certified Female Friendly Program:

Properly armed with the right tools and training automotive retailers can increase their share of the largest and fastest growing demographic of new vehicle buyers in the US — Women. The AskPatty Certified Female Friendly program was designed specifically for automotive retailers to attract, sell, retain and keep loyal women consumers.

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