VehicleMD and AskPatty.com Announce Partnership

VehicleMDr, a quarterly print and digital magazine geared toward educating automotive maintenance customers about car care, today announced a signed partnership agreement with Askpatty.com Inc., a website, blog and online resource that serves as a safe place for women to get advice on car purchases, maintenance and other automotive related topics.

The agreement includes article exchanges and active cross-marketing between AskPatty.com and VehicleMDr, and allows Certified Female Friendlyr locations to take advantage of special pricing on VehicleMDr publications for AskPatty.com clients. VehicleMDr features editor Tammy Neal is excited about the new partnership, seeing it as an important step forward in expanding VehicleMD's leading market position and visibility.

"The correlation between the goals of AskPatty and VehicleMDr make this an ideal partnership," says Neal. "AskPatty will help get VehicleMD's valuable information into the hands of those who can benefit from it, thus helping them make better buying decisions when it comes to their vehicle maintenance."

"We're a company about consumer education, and we try to pass that practice along to every client who goes through our Certified Female Friendlyr training," says Jody DeVere, president and CEO of AskPatty.com. "Many of our clients are already doing a great job of educating their communities, but there is always a need for quality, female-friendly car content. This partnership will enable us to guide those clients to a quality publication that is targeted directly to their female customers at a very competitive price, as well as provide great article content directly to our own consumer women following. It's a very good thing for us and for our clients."

About VehicleMDr
The mission of Lubbock, Texas-based VehicleMDr is to serve as a driver's guide to maintaining a healthy car. The magazine educates consumers about automotive maintenance, enabling them to make better-educated buying decisions. A digital edition of each quarterly issue is available online at VehicleMD.com. VehicleMD.com also features an archive of past articles, a glossary of technical terms and a link where drivers can submit their automotive-related questions and receive answers from automotive experts in a feature called "Ask the Doc."

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.

AskPattyr and Certified Female Friendlyr are registered trademarks of AskPatty.com, Inc.