NYLON — Two regional ETHIE Award-winning car guys are pairing up to educate consumers on how to save time, money, and hassles when buying or repairing a car while raising money to help women’s domestic violence support groups.
The Rochester Women’s Network and RESOLVE, an advocacy group for women’s for domestic violence group will receive a financial donation thanks to Dom Genova of Genesee Valley Motors and Jerry Elman from Schoen Auto in East Rochester on behalf of every attendee that participates in the seminar.
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The seminar, titled ‘How to Buy a Car and Have it Maintained without Being Taken for a Ride,’ is being presented by Dom Genova of Genesee Valley Motors in Avon and Jerry Elman of Schoen Auto in East Rochester on April 21 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Pittsford’s Burgundy Basin Inn.
“I am frequently asked to speak to groups on how to buy a car so I welcomed this opportunity to team up with Jerry and take our message and insight to a larger audience of consumers,” said Geneova. “We want to help educate customers on how to navigate the car buying and repair process, make informed decisions, and not get ‘snookered.’“
The cost to attend is $10 per person. The fee goes directly to the women’s network. Genvoa will donate $20 per person to the organization.
Genova and Elman are recipients of Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation’s ETHIE awards, which recognize businesses and organizations that are doing the right thing.
Space is limited. You can register for the event online here.