Ronda Rich to speak at Ladies Night Out


The Cronic Automotive Group will host popular newspaper columnist Ronda Rich at its next “Ladies Night Out” event on Tuesday, Mar. 15.

The evening affair, which is being co-sponsored by the Iris Charter Chapter of the American Business

Women’s Association, will be held in the showroom at Cronic Nissan, 2624 North Expressway, in Griffin, and begin at 6:30 p.m.

“We regularly sponsor ‘ladies’ night out’ events to give local women the opportunity to network in an informal atmosphere and we always have a lot of fun,” said Wanda Cronic Howell, the dealer at the Cronic Automotive Group, which includes Cronic Chevrolet, Cronic Buick GMC Chrysler Jeep Dodge, and Cronic Nissan in Griffin. “Because our guest this month is such a colorful personality we hope all the ladies in the community will come and we urge them to bring their spouses as well.”

Rich is author of the New York Times best-seller “What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should)” along with several other books and is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, said Howell who met her when she spoke in Peachtree City several years ago.

“Rich is a former sports writer who also authored a book entitled “My Life In The Pits” about her years covering NASCAR,” Howell said.

“I have read several of her books and I never miss her column (which appears in several area newspapers),” Howell added. “I am so glad she is going to be with us and I know that everyone who comes to hear her will leave entertained and inspired.”

“In addition to the presentation by Rich, there will be light refreshments and door prizes,” Howell said. “There is no charge for the evening’s program and there is plenty of parking available adjacent to the showroom .”

She noted that the facility was completely handicapped-accessible.

“This is an informal evening which we are helping provide because this community has been so supportive of our family business and I feel like we should give something back to it,” Howell stated.

Rich is an eleventh generation Georgian whose Scotch-Irish forebears helped settle the northeast corner of the state where she and her family still live.
In addition to her weekly newspaper columns and her books, Rich delivers around one hundred speeches a year to civic clubs, chamber of commerce meetings, churches, and other community functions.

Persons interested in attending this free evening for local women should call 770/228-1326 to make reservations.
Or, if they prefer, they may e-mail Howell at