Pink Cadillacs Are No Longer The Only Mary Kay Award For Selling Lots Of Lipstick


Don't care for the lipstick? Don't worry, there's eye makeup too!

It isn't often that we talk about a cosmetics company like Mary Kay here on CarBuzz. Mary Kay is actually very connected to automotive culture with its Career Car Program. Basically, if a woman one sells enough cosmetics and have a big enough team who also meet their sales goals, Mary Kay will reward you with the privilege of leasing one of its cars. The earliest Mary Kay cars were pink Cadillacs, but the company has branched out recently with other brands and more conventional colors.

Sales directors can currently choose between a black Ford Fusion or Chevy Equinox for $500 per month or a pink Cadillac CTS for $900. Now, Mary Kay has added two new cars into its Career Car Program. The first is a black Mini Cooper 4 Door with pink accents. Mini offers a variety of customization options, but pink accents are very unique without going too overboard. Sales directors who need a larger vehicle can also opt for a Chevrolet Traverse 1LT, which has three rows of seating and tons of storage space.

The new cars were revealed at the company's convention in Dallas, Texas celebrating nearly 50 years of Mary Kay pink cars. We're now wondering whether the company will decide to do something big for its 50th anniversary, like a pink ATS-V and CTS-V. Who wouldn't want to drive one of those around??

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