We will be hearing from Rachael Wacha, owner of City Auto Repair, at our February luncheon. She will be discussing what it's like to be a female business owner in a male-dominated industry.
She'll also discuss our "Bill of Rights" in the automotive world:
The right questions to ask
How to save money by knowing your rights
How to go from helpless to empowered when your vehicle is in the shop
Rachael was born and raised in Gainesville. She started working for her father at City Auto Repair in 2010. It didn’t take her long to fall in love with the business and follow in her father’s footsteps. She doubled sales in a year and in 2013 was written about in a nationwide automotive magazine, "Ratchet and Wrench." Since then Rachael went from managing the business to owning it in 2016.
Rachael is the President of the Automotive Service Association in the Gainesville/ Ocala area, and the business is an AAA approved repair facility. She is extremely passionate about educating women in automotive repair, which is why she started hosting free Car Care Clinics, “Lipstick and Dipsticks” for women.
City Auto Repair is a full service automotive shop. From oil changes, brakes, heating and air conditioning repairs, tires, alignments, and even engine and transmission overhauls, they can do it all. City Auto Repair has been in business since 1981.
Come join us for a presentation full of knowledge and empowerment!