RobustWealth Sponsors Sofia Financial’s Women Investing in Women Event
Join us on April 19th for the annual Sofia Financial Women Investing in Women event sponsored by RobustWealth.
This years event will be hosted at the Girls Auto Clinic Repair Center in Upper Darby, PA from 6 to 8pm.
The event will include drinks, food, a mini car-care workshop and a discussion on Women in Business hosted by Sofia Financial’s, Stephanie McCullough and Girls Auto Clinic’s owner, Patrice Banks.
Sofia Financial is a financial firm created by women, for women. Three women with an extensive background in finance form the company: Stephanie McCullough, Suzette Hagan and Terry Davis. Their goal is to help clients alleviate areas of money stress, so women can have sustainable financial situations and be resilient in the face of all life can throw at them. To Sofia Financial, a successful relationship means the client feels good about their money – where it is and what it’s doing for them. They help clients feel cared for, capable and confident about personal finances.
The Girls Auto Clinic Repair Center was created by Patrice Banks, a former engineer, who wanted to stand up for women who felt taken advantage of in the auto world. The automotive experience for women is often one of stress, anxiety, and inconvenience. Women are often assumed to be less knowledgeable about their cars, opening a door for them to be lured into unnecessary business. Their unique Repair Center offers full service auto repairs by female mechanics with manicures, pedicures, and hair blow-outs while you wait in their Clutch Beauty Bar. GAC inspires women to have a positive relationship with their vehicle through buying and repair services, outreach, education and niche marketing. Their customers come to feel confident about themselves, their cars, and their buying choices.
See their feature on NBC here!
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