Porsche Centre Wilmslow was delighted to participate in a local business community event held at The Colony Business Centre in Wilmslow at the end of April. We had a new 911 on display as well as a range of PDS items. Other local businesses such as Bang & Olufsen Wilmslow, M & Co Financial Services Manchester, Harris & Howard Tailors and Holiday Luxury Group where also displaying products at the event.
The event was a great success and many of the guests explored the new Porsche 911, taking it for a demonstration drive around the country lanes of Cheshire. Jason Shenton, Centre Principal, explains "This is the third time the local business community has put this event together. Each time we receive a fantastic response from all of our collective guests. All of the brands involved in the event offer high end products and Porsche’s representation is a great fit within our local business community."
Please contact Porsche Cente Wilmslow on email@example.com if you would like more information on this event.
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