I had the pleasure of attending the What Drives Her Luncheon and Panel at this year’s Chicago Auto Show. I attended the luncheon 2 years ago and was honored to be able to attend again this year. The women that graced us with their presence on the panels and at our tables was amazing. It was wonderful to hear about all the wonderful things women are doing in the automotive industry.
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The last panel was a personal favorite because it was a topic that is discussed by me and my friends all the time. The women of this panel talked about work, life, and creating balance while building a career. The moderator was Jennifer Newman, Editor-in-Chief, Cars.com. The panelists were Kathy Gilbert, CDK Global Director of Sales & Business Development; Laurie King, Turtle Wax SVP, Global Operations & Strategic Solutions; Subi Ghosh, Senior Director of Dealer Strategy, Stream Companies; Lauren Brandt, Facebook Client Solutions Manager and Returnity Project Co-founder; and Kerri Wise, Vice President, Industry Education and Relations, TrueCar.
Would you like to visit the Chicago Auto Show 2019? Here is your chance to win tickets.
Contest rules: Entries must be completed by midnight February 20, 2019. No purchase necessary; contest open only to US residents 18 and older and subject to the laws of Illinois. Winners will be notified by email by February 25, 2019. Winners MUST pick up tickets in person at the Auto Show of their choice. Winners may be asked to provide identification to receive their prize. Prize value $30 per prize, not exchangeable for cash or other items; prize is limited to one pair of tickets. Prize DOES NOT include transportation, parking or other accommodations. Grand prize value is $130. A total of 10 pairs of tickets will be awarded and a total of 1 grand prize will be awarded. Contest is administered and managed by A Girls Guide to Cars on behalf of Cars.com; Cars.Com maintains no responsibility or liability for this giveaway.
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