Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield was proud to support the Sutton Coldfield Community Games event for the second year running on 7 and 8 July 2018.
Ran by volunteers, all the activities were provided free of charge supported by local sports clubs, groups and associations. The Sutton Games was a true community event with a simple aim: to give everyone, whether young or old, an opportunity to try their hand at a variety of sports and activities in and around the Sutton Coldfield area.
On display was a stunning selection of models which lined the outside of our dedicated Porsche stand; including the new Cayenne, Macan, 718 Cayman and 718 Boxster. In keeping with the theme, Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield provided a range of fun activities for children to partake in; including a Porsche go- karting race track, a mini circuit for the toddlers to enjoy junior Porsche cars, and a dedicated Porsche colouring station.
The Centre competition also went down well with many attendees trying to guess the number of balloons filled in the 718 Cayman model. With only a handful of correct answers, the amazing prize of a Porsche Driving Experience at Silverstone was given to one lucky winner who was selected at random. One of the biggest highlights was the Porsche tug of war challenge where two teams of young adults had to each pull a Cayenne around the track; with the crowds showing their support and cheering them on during the challenge.
Across the two days, the event was extremely popular and brought in thousands of people, and we were lucky to have glorious weather which all added to the overall success. Centre Principal, Jodi Macdonald commented, “We were delighted to the support the event and will continue to do so. The community games is so much more than a fun day out, it gives children an opportunity to take part in something new and hopefully sign up to an activity or club giving them access to more opportunities in the future”.
If you would like to know more about our upcoming events please email our Centre.
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