On the evening of Friday 8 June, our Sportscar Together Day celebrations got off to an early start with Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield opening its doors to staff and customers for a summer barbecue. Guests were treated to mouth-watering food by the Greek Outdoors catering company, strawberry garnished prosecco served from a vintage retro mobile bar and a delicious dessert buffet, all accompanied by a Porsche newspaper colouring station to keep the children entertained.
The event welcomed over 120 adults and children and, in true Porsche style, guests had the opportunity to see the full model range on display in the Centre from the latest Cayenne to the stunning 718 Boxster finished in unique Voodoo Blue paint to sample.
We would like to thank all the staff and customers who helped support the event and celebrated this momentous occasion with us. If you would like to know more about our upcoming events please email the Centre.
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