CARMINE – The World’s First Customized Car Care Kit for Every Woman Needs Your Support
Lend your full support to Alabama-based Tess Winningham’s Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to help her launch Carmine by December 2016.
It is time we women take a DIY approach to managing our own vehicles ourselves – to be confident, independent, safe and prepared for any car-related emergencies.
I have lent my full support to Alabama-based Tess Winningham’s Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to launch the Carmine by December 2016.
Winter is here. Driving in cold weather is not easy. You are not sure if your car is in perfect condition to brave the snow and storms, whether your tires have adequate air or your vehicle vitals are properly tuned.
If you are a woman concerned with your safety on the road, if you are a mother who needs to get home in time, if you are a professional who must reach your work appointments, always carry your Carmine.
Carmine is designed to be your personalized car care, specific to your car’s year, make and model to help you be fully aware of your vehicle. It has your engine’s exact diagram, a handy tire pressure gauge to ensure your tires have adequate air and very useful 12-in-one Emergency Safety Tool and Flashlight for those ‘jammed’ moments.
No more inflated auto repair bills, no more breakdowns. You have the power to stay safe, on the go!
Support Carmine now. It will make every woman driver confident and empowered.
Small Business Owner and Mother of Two
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