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RR 336: Bogi Lateiner “On the Road” with the ’57 Chevy Montage

Bogi Lateiner’s Completed Project: The 1957 Chevy Pick-Up Montage All Female Build.

Bogi and her all-female team completed this unique project with women team members from all over the country. The truck was unveiled at SEMA 2017.

Carm met up with Bogi in Buffalo New York at the Autorama, as Bogi took the truck ‘On the Road’ to present the final build to car and truck enthusiasts.

Get behind the scenes stories and the purpose of project.

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RR 202: Bogi Lateiner and the Chevy Montage All Female Build

Bogi Lateiner creates an exciting opportunity with the 1957 Chevy Pick-Up Montage All Female Build.

Her mission is to create a learning opportunity for women interested in exploring the trades, and ultimately help attract new people to the industry.

Through the build project women from all over the country will be building the ’57 Chevy Truck that will be unveiled at SEMA 2017.

The episode takes you into Bogi’s world, her mission and passion with the project and a lot of behind the scenes on the project and how you can get involved.

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RR 027: Bogi Lateiner from 180º Automotive

Meet Bogi Lateiner from 180º Automotive in Phoenix, AZ.  She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Oberlin College in just three years with a double major in Womens’ Studies and Pre-Law. Listen to her story on how she got where she is today. Her nine year old shop has an all-female tech team, working eight bays…

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THA 052: Lessons I Learned When I Sold My Shop

Lessons I Learned When I Sold My Shop

Three former shop owners tell their story on selling their business. With Margie van Lierop, Formerly of Beach Cities Garage in Laguna Hills, CA; Scott ‘Gonzo’ Weaver formerly of Superior Auto Electric, Tulsa, OK (You also know Scott from Gonzo’s Tool Box) and Dave Winters formerly of Swedish Automotive in Seattle, WA, share their experience.

Among the talking points, confidentiality, transparent and normalized profit and loss statement, valuation, business broker, asset values, being a landlord and eventual tax liability, among others.

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RR 266: Patrick McHugh from Bimmer Rescue, Richmond, VA

Customer Avatar, Art Shows, Student Automotive STEM Classes are just a small part of this Unique Specialty Shop.

Patrick McHugh from Bimmer Rescue in Richmond, VA took a few twists and turns in his career before starting Bimmer Rescue. Patrick shares the unlikely evolution from jet pilot to shop owner.

He is a strong marketer and big thinker. From the days of working on the neighbor’s toasters to tinkering with a 1985 BMW Patrick’s path to service professional was paved with his love of how things worked.

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RR 093: Technician Mentor/Apprentice

Prepare yourself for a very powerful discussion on growing your own technicians. In light of the technician shortage, this episode shows a pathway to build your own bench.  Get a ton of great ideas and resources to help you stem the technician shortage. There are two ways to enjoy this round table discussion. You can…

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RR 074: Catering to the Female Customer

Why Listen? Did you always want to know what it takes to create a women friendly repair shop? What kind of amenities? Do women car care clinic bring value? Is the bar higher for women? Heavy talk that customer service to women needs the same respect that you give men. We discussed service reps, communication,…

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