On Saturday 20 May, Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield hosted an Open House event to celebrate our recent refurbishment and invite our guests to experience all things Porsche.
Over 150 people attended the event to meet the team and drive the latest Porsche models. Refreshments were provided and there were plenty of activities for the children including face painting, lego sets and building mini engines. The Centre also received a visit from Buddy and the team from the Sutton Coldfield Community Games.
Jodi MacDonald, the Centre Principal added: "it was a really successful event and we are so pleased at how many people from the surrounding area took the time to visit us. We would like to thank everyone that attended and look forward to welcoming them back to the Centre in the future."
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our Open House event or any of our future events.
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