On Saturday 24 March, Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield welcomed over 200 guests to our first annual super car café breakfast meet. With alarm clocks set nice and early, over 90 cars descended on our Centre creating a truly magnificent collection of different models.
A wide range of super cars were on display with the undoubted highlight being one of our customer's 911 GT2 RS, with a second joining it side by side, as well as a stunning array of other prestige and performance marques.
Inside, our team were on hand to welcome guests where complimentary warm beverages and homemade Porsche crested cupcakes. Our specially made Porsche Easter egg sets were quickly snapped up and outside the Really Awesome Coffee van served an assortment of hot breakfast treats.
Thank you to all those who attended, including our team and suppliers, for making our first super car café breakfast meet a resounding success.
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