Monday, January 30, 2012

Mary Kay pink Caddie

It is my understanding that Mary Kay salespeople who earn a certain amount of money for the company are given brand-new Cadillacs (always pink) as a bonus. This is a very large Cadillac SUV, but also a hybrid.

More about Mary Kay's line of beauty products here.

17 comments:

Memphis MOJO said...

My sister is named Mary Kay, but unfortunately she's not the rich one.

Olivier said...

on a retrouvé la voiture de Barbara Cartland ;o))

Halcyon said...

I'll take the pink Cadillac over the yellow Rebub-mobile any day!

RedPat said...

That's a huge vehicle! And looks even bigger in pink!

Jack said...

At least these days it is a hybrid and a subtler version of pink (if there is such a thing as a subtler version of pink). Way back when, it was Pepto Bismal pink.

Randy said...

Wow that person must be a heck of a salesperson.

cieldequimper said...

I'll stick to more subdued colours. Hey, does Mary Kay employ any men at all?

Karl said...

Nice bonus for those people... :)

Bibi said...

Yes, I'd heard that, too. I know this is a SUV, and it sure isn't what I think of when I think of a pink Cadillac.

Birdman said...

I'll just leave at this--- ?????????????????????????

Jarart said...

Looks good, not too pink, just right. I wonder how much money one has to make to get a reward like that!

Steffe said...

There's a young girl that sometimes work at my favorite cafe, she recently joined the Mary Kay thing. She would look good in one of these.

David Thomas said...

There's a lot of lipstick that went into that thing. It's interesting that some businesses, like this one, for example, don't get the multilevel marketing criticism. And others do.

crocrodyl said...

Huge:)

Small City Scenes said...

Musta made a lot of money for the company. Huge auto. MB

Amin said...

Hello! Beautiful photo!

EG Wow said...

I prefer smaller cars, personally. I'm short and like to be able to see when I back up. :))

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