Female product specialists in the automotive industry, like American car companies, have a vital and prosperous place in auto history.

You don’t see female car show models a lot these days, but back in the 1970s and 1980s, they played a big part in boosting the event’s turnout. Formerly referred to as the spin-and-grin girls, their job was to slowly turn on a giant rotating turntable, smile and make the car look good.

In the early 1990s, the automotive industry decided they wanted the women to do more. The car models were elated. They began demanding weeks of training to learn the vehicle’s specs and traded in long, evening gowns for more professional attire. The women knew their vehicles inside and out.

Spin-and-grin girls are now an essential part of auto shows and the automotive industry. They present, answer questions and keep an ear out for customer feedback. Product specialists are the eyes and ears of the brand they represent.

To learn more, visit Robert Green Chrysler Dodge Jeep. Our sales associates will be happy to assist you. We proudly serve Monticello, Poughkeepsie, Fallsburg, Newburgh and Sullivan County, New York.

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