Do a search, I remember reading a post about the reward structure for Mary Kay. Something about National Sales Directors being allowed to pick any Cadillac that wasn't a V... and getting $2500 to spend on dealer options.
I don't know if she did or not; I had barely enough time to snap the photo before it passed me.woo did she get a v8 sts?
It's a source of great pride in their business.I have seen a DTS. When I first saw it, I was like WTF is wrong with that one!
I just seems sort of stupid.
So that is why I see only a handful of them--and especially no older ones. What happens with any that are in an accident and end up at auction??? Certainly, that has happened--especially with female drivers.I undertand that all the MK cars are leased and must be returned to GM and repainted before being put on the used market.
What the Mary K rewards program indicates is that the customers are getting skinned by paying high prices in a pyramid marketing scheme that has lots of excess profits to spread around. It's the American dream in action. Sell overpriced luxury items to customers that have more money than good sense.