The Cool Car Guy Meets Christina Schulz – Vemma Independent Distributor

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Hey Cool Car Fans,

Earlier today, I had the opportunity to meet a very cool person who I hope will become a future client of mine. Her name is Christina Schulz and she’s a full-time financial planner and a part-time Independent Distributor with a Network Marketing company called Vemma.

Christina and I met recently at the 24 Hour Fitness in Littleton when I went in to do a run and I decided to try a shot of this Vemma juice she was promoting. It’s a pretty cool product and when I met with her today, she gave me a 30 day supply and asked me to test it out for her. I personally take a number of nutritional supplements, especially now that I’m 40, and I had informed her that I was training for the San Diego Rock & Roll Marathon on June 1st and she said this product would be a good add on for my training program.

It turns out that her husband is a runner and he’s going to be running in The Denver Marathon later this year. I ran that as a relay participant last year with Jim Reitz and some friends from JFR and we had a good friend Kerwyn Hawkins who completed the full marathon last year. By the way, it was freezing.

Anyway, we got to talking about cars and I got such a kick out of her history of cars she owned that I had to share the details on and see if any of these vehicles ring a bell with our Cool Car Fans. By the way, I currently have about 3,500 unique visitors a month reading The Cool Car Guy site, so if you’re a frequent reader – you’re not alone. Okay, so check this list out.

  • 1987 – She owned a 1981 Chevy Chevette (One of Time Magazine’s Top 50 Worst Cars ever)
  • 1989 – Moved up to a 1985 Oldsmobile Wagon (Oldsmobile has since departed)
  • 1992 – 1992 Plymouth Reliant K Car (Thank’s for the memories Lee Iacocca)
  • 1993 – 1993 Honda Accord Wagon (Was stolen and gutted in 1997, she lived in NYC, go figure)
  • 1997 – 1993 Toyota Camry (She replaced this one with another 93′ Camry)
  • 1998 – 1993 Toyota Camry (She still drives it today, with 186,576 miles on the odometer)
  • 2002 – 2003 Cadillac (She earned a pink Caddy with Mary Kay Cosmetics, but that’s another story)
  • Okay, so as she put her list together I was cracking up that she was still driving the 1993 Camry with 186,576 miles, but maybe it was so funny to me because another financial planner, who is a client of mine, and who I had on The Cool Car Guy Show not long ago, Adam Makkai A Fish Called Wanda ipod , always drives his cars until they have around 200,000 miles on them as well. It must be part of the financial planner training system to be sure and see how many miles a financial consultant can get out of a vehicle until they have to get rid of it. One thing is for sure, they both definitely get the miles out of their vehicles!1993 Camry

    If you or someone you know is interested in trying her product Vemma, like I’m doing right now, be sure and check out Christina’s Vemma site for more information. She told me that she has a number of people who are working the Vemma business with her and making a great second income and full-time income. My daughter Bianca and I both tried the product tonight and it tastes really good for a liquid nutritional product.

    In the meantime, I’ll keep you posted if I talk her into letting go of that 1993 Toyota Camry and upgrading to the modern age of total vehicle satisfaction. I see a low mile 2007 or 2008 Toyota Sienna in her future, pre-owned of course for maximum cost savings, maybe with leather seating?
    _________________________________________________________________________ John Boyd

    Auto Consultant – John Boyd: The Cool Car Guy

    John is an auto consultant with JFR & Associates in Denver, Colorado. He can help you save time and money on any make or model, new or used, lease or purchase – nationwide! Call or email John about your next vehicle!

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