Women are tired of getting ripped off when they visit the mechanic, which is why the Girls Auto Clinic was founded.
Most women expect to be ripped off when they visit a car dealership or an auto mechanic, which is why the Girls Auto Clinic was founded. And, it’s doing more than soothing females’ anxieties about fixing or tuning up their cars: it’s helping to establish a healthy relationship between women and the automotive industry.
Of course, it helps that the females who stop to talk shop also receive beauty services, such as manicures, pedicures, and blowouts.
The Girls Auto Clinic is located near Philadelphia and was opened in 2013 by Patrice Banks. Only recently was the ‘Beauty Bar’ installed, however, but it’s bringing the establishment a whole lot of fame.
While women wait for their cars to be serviced, they can relax knowing they are in a safe environment and can also get ‘prepped’ for running errands, reports HelloGiggles. It also affords some down time for females who are always on-the-go due to the hectic lifestyles of today.
The ultimate aim of the Girls Auto Clinic is to empower women to believe they, too, can become #sheCANics.
This is the Girls Auto Clinic, an all-female staffed body shop.
While waiting for their cars to be serviced, women will receive treatments from the Beauty Bar.
The Girls Auto Clinic offers manicures, pedicures, and blowouts.
It was founded by Patrice Banks in 2013.
I can’t stop smiling! It feels good for people to respond with excitement about our vision and mission. It’s even more validating when they are women of influence and power and want to help us scale to a national brand. Girls Auto Clinic and the #sheCANic movement are coming and WE ARE HERE FOR YOU, LADIES! xoxo #thefutureisfemale #femalemechanic #femaleengineer #femaleentrepreneur #femaleempowerment #thefemalequotient
It’s a place where women can feel empowered about their relationship with the automotive industry.
“Our customers come to feel confident about themselves, their cars, and their buying choices,” wrote Banks.