Turner's Body Shop Becomes an AskPatty.com Certified Female Friendlyr Body Shop in Luray, Virginia

Turner's Body Shop Service Joins with AskPatty.com to Offer Services Designed with the Women Consumer in Mind

Turner's Body Shop, of Luray, Virginia, is proud to announce they are ready to address the needs of women consumers, as part of the growing network of AskPatty.com Certified Female Friendlyr Collision Centers in North America. Team members at Turner's Body Shop have completed a training and certification process to provide a Certified Female Friendlyr experience that exceeds women's expectations.

"Our desire is to always look for ways to improve our service to the customer and our community. Working with AskPatty.com will build on our success. From the start of service, we identify each vehicle, insurance company, tech & painter working on the vehicle, to provide consistent service. We also include a gift bag at release of the vehicle, which is always a pleasant surprise for our customers," stated Michelle Miller, Manager, Turner's Body Shop


Visit the Turner's Body Shop micro-site:
http://femalefriendlydealer.askpatty.com/index.php?d=TurnerBodyShop and at 201 Tannery Road, Luray, Virginia 22835

To become AskPatty.com Certified Female Friendlyr, Turner's Body Shop personnel completed an extensive training program on how to best serve women. Turner's Body Shop employees will participate in year-round instruction to enhance their awareness, appreciation, and commitment to a female-friendly service experience Turner's Body Shop will also benefit from a unique marketing support program designed to reach out and build lasting relationships with women customers.

"Women influence 85 percent of the buying decisions in North American households, effectively becoming the family's chief purchasing officer," says Jody DeVere, CEO of AskPatty.com, Inc." AskPatty trains and certifies automotive businesses on how to communicate more effectively with women and ensure they feel safe, respected and empowered, which creates tremendous customer loyalty. Turner's Body Shop's commitment to women shows that management is serious about earning their business."

In conjunction with AskPatty.com, Turner's Body Shop has launched a female-focused micro-site that provides the tools and resources most requested by women. The micro-site gives women the ability to schedule service appointments, access coupons and discounts, and learn more about car buying and maintenance online from the comfort of their home or office. The micro-site is easily accessed by searching on AskPatty.com, or by going directly to their site.

About Turner's Body Shop
35 years ago Eddie Miller's car was damaged and he went to in an old ESSO station on Main Street for repairs, but they didn't have time to fix it--so they showed him how to do it on his own--and the rest is history. Eddie started working there, and right away earned a reputation for excellent work. In 1996 he bought the shop, and in 1997 met his future wife, Michelle. Eventually, Michelle joined Eddie at the shop, and in 2005, they started working with Management Success to improve the workflow and marketing of the shop, and ultimately decided to build a new place. They built a beautiful 7000 sq foot, state of the art shop 3 years ago, with a lovely waiting room--lounge area with snacks, drinks, plasma TV, and toys for the little ones. The staff all competed I-Car Gold Certification and SP-2 Safety & Pollution training over the past year. The shop will be implementing waterborne paint in the near future and currently use Standox Premium European paint line. They also added a full service Precision Detail Center at the new location. Each production job looks beautiful when released to the customer, with follow-up on the vehicle between visits. With a procedure in place to identify each vehicle, insurance company, tech & painter working on it, including customer requests for minor buffing, chips and touch up, they have created a consistent service experience and the customer sees that their requests and insurance jobs are taken seriously. Several years ago, they implemented gift bags at release of the vehicle. These include a loaf of fresh baked bread, a large reuseable Turner's Body Shop shopping bag, fliers for upcoming events, and a pen with contact information.

About AskPatty.com, Inc.
With international headquarters in Thousand Oaks, California, AskPatty.com, Inc. takes a two-pronged approach to revolutionizing the women's automotive retail market: For consumers, the AskPatty.com website, is a safe and reliable source for expert automotive advice and research. For auto dealers, tire dealers, collision centers, auto service and repair centers, the revolutionary AskPatty.com Certified Female Friendlyr program, designed from the ground up, trains and certifies automotive retail and service centers on how to attract, sell, retain and increase loyalty with women customers.

Women can find an Ask Patty Certified Female Friendlyr auto dealer, tire dealer, collision center, auto service and repair centers using the location search at AskPatty.com.

Go here to learn how to become Ask Patty Certified Female Friendlyr.

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