Shop Owner Publishes Auto Maintenance Book for Female Customers

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Sept. 6, 2017—Patrice Banks, owner of Girls Auto Clinic Repair Center in Philadelphia, will host a book launch party for her new guide for automotive maintenance, "Girls Auto Clinic Glove Box Guide" on Tuesday, Sept. 19, reports Philly Voice.

Banks, who has garnered a lot of attention for her marketing campaign that fuses car repair and female empowerment, targeted the book towards women who want to understand more about their cars. The guide explains the ins and outs of motor vehicle maintenance and repair, with clear straightforward instruction. There are also helpful diagrams and illustrations.

Banks, who took her engineering degree and became a certified automotive technician, aims to empower women to care for their vehicles through her Girls Auto Clinic workshops. Girls Auto Clinic Repair Center hires female mechanics and offers manis, pedis and blow outs at the Clutch Beauty Bar, to those waiting on their vehicle to be fixed.

At the book launch party, Banks will share her story with attendees.


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