On the 8 and 9 July Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield proudly supported The Sutton Coldfield Community Games. This was the fifth event held at Wyndley Leisure in Sutton Coldfield, where families had the opportunity to try their hand at over ninety sporting activities.
We showcased our model range over the weekend and children were able to experience their very own Porsche in our range of Porsche Drivers Selection pedal cars.
In light of the world record-breaking Cayenne, that recently towed an A380, a highlight of the event was 50 children towing a Cayenne 100 metres down the sporting track. We also held a competition where guests could win a Porsche Driving Experience at the Porsche Experience Centre Silverstone by guessing the number of balloon in a Porsche 718 Cayman.
Jodi Macdonald, Centre Principal said “We are so proud to sponsor this local event and lend our support to the community. It’s really great that everyone attending gets to experience Porsche and with approximately 10,000 people attending over two days this really has been a fantastic event.”
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