By BRAD KEITH
STEPHENVILLE (April 8, 2015) — It’s the day Mary Kay consultants dream of from the time they first enter the world of independently distributed cosmetics – the day they earn their pink Cadillac.
For Roxanne McInroe of Dublin, that day was Wednesday, and it wasn’t just any pink Cadillac, but an Escalade with a sticker price of $80,000 awaiting her in the showroom of the Bruner Motors GM store.
Dwain Bruner said in his more than six decades in the car sales business he has had several Mary Kay consultants earn such an honor, but never involving a vehicle with the value of the Escalade.
As McInroe and Bruner Motors sales manager Kyle Masters pulled off the car cover – it was pink, of course – to reveal the Escalade – complete with “Mary Kay” emblazoned on the front doors – McInroe was ecstatic to find Mary Kay sales directors Tara White, of San Antonio, and Angie Hunsaker, of Lubbock, hiding inside her new pink ride.
The group, along with McInroe’s sons, Keegan and Tyson, posed for photos with the Escalade.