Kurt Chase to Speak at March 2 WBODC Luncheon

by Louellen Coker on February 22, 2010

Women Business Owners of Denton County will hold its monthly luncheon on Tuesday, March 2, 2010, at Oakmont Country Club, Corinth, Texas. “Why Women Pay Too Much…and What They Can Do About it” will be the topic of speaker Kurt Chase.

For 25 years, radio personality Kurt Chase had a very successful career in the auto industry. After moving into management, he often wondered why there weren’t more women salespeople and, while most sales were made to women, the game was being played differently. He wondered, too, how a level playing field could be created for women buyers, and why women seem to pay more…for cars, clothing, dry cleaning, and many other things.

For the past four years, Kurt has moved into the arena of radio as host of the Saturday morning “Automotive Edge” radio show on KSKY (9-10 a.m., 660 AM, 92.9 FM, 95.5 FM) and 10 a.m.-noon, 100.7 FM, The Word. He is now doing what he wanted so much to do at the dealership level: “Helping people so, in turn, they are able to help others.” He says, “Now, as host of my own show, I am able to educate people to open that part of the mind that says, ‘I get it,’ and move forward to reach their true potential.”

In his program entitled, “Why Women Pay Too Much…and What They Can Do About it,” Kurt will share the knowledge he has gained in the arena of retail car sales and management, and how women can take steps to create a level playing field in all areas of life.

Registration and networking begins at 11:30, with a luncheon and speaker to follow, 12 noon-1:00 p.m.  Register online at www.wbodc.org by Thursday, February 25, 2010. With timely reservations, the luncheon and program cost is $15 for WBODC members and $20 for guests. After February 25th, the cost is $20 for WBODC members and $25 for guests.

The Women Business Owners of Denton County is a non-profit organization established to strengthen women owned businesses economically, socially, and politically via energizing and expanding its members’ centers of influence. Our vision is to create productive, interactive groups of business people.

Louellen Coker serves as the organization’s 2010 Past President.

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