Porsche Centre Wilmslow is proud to announce that we will once again sponsor The Corporate Challenge, part of the Wilmslow Half Marathon, on Sunday 15 March. Our Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid will lead the race, showcasing the clock timer whilst nearly 5k runners complete the course.
There are three great events in one morning with something for everyone:
• The Waters Wilmslow Half Marathon including The Porsche Corporate Challenge (10.30am)
• The Stowe Family Law 10k (10.30am)
• The Running Bear Fun Run (10.40am)
For anyone that has been part of the race day before, you will know all about the fabulous atmosphere both before and after the race! It really is something to experience but this year, it will be bigger and better.
You can still enter a Corporate team here .
To find out more about the Wilmslow Running Festival click here .
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