It's fun for us to open the shop and provide staff in an all female setting'
(PRWEB) October 08, 2014
The Grappone Automotive Group is set to open up their doors to all women drivers in New Hampshire, on October 16th at 5:30pm for their annual Women's Car Care Clinic. This event was especially designed for women and presented by the women of The Grappone Automotive Group. The event will start off with a dinner provided for all attendees during which they will have a few speakers; including fourth generation owner, Amanda Grappone Osmer and Officer Shea; Master Patrol Officer from the Bow Police Department. Officer Shea will speak of the "do's and dont's" regarding and emphasizing on driving safety. At the event, they will have many different stations set up around their Toyota dealership in New Hampshire, where team members will educate and inform women about many key aspects of maintaining their vehicles. It will be an open atmosphere concept and women can go to whichever station they choose for the duration of the event. A representative from Sullivan Tire will also be there explaining and demonstrating how to change a tire in the event of a flat. Other stations include, how to change wiper blades and wiper inserts, a collision center station, where Grappone Team Member's will explain body work; an "under the hood" section where team members will explain how to check fluids and properly and safely jump start a battery. When asked about the primary motives and purpose behind the event; fourth generation owner Amanda Osmer stated " It's fun for us to open the shop and provide staff in an all female setting; to answer questions that some females might not feel comfortable asking. Our industry typically does not make it easy for women to feel comfortable asking questions about buying or servicing cars." At Grappone Automotive in Concord New Hampshire, they treat their female team members and guest's with an equal amount of integrity, kindness, and respect.