Recently Porsche Centre Teesside was delighted to take part in the Porsche annual Whitby Drive Event.
Customers from Porsche Centre Teesside were invited to our Centre with their Porsche and joined our enthusiastic team in a one of a kind Porsche convoy.
Many different Porsche could be found within the convoy including the new Porsche 911 (type 992) model, the latest Cayenne and various displacements from the 718 range.
Various Porsche Centre’s were involved, with customers from Porsche Centre Leeds, Porsche Centre Sheffield and Porsche Centre Newcastle all traveling to enjoy the unique annual experience.
Upon arrival into Whitby, all customers had the opportunity to park and display their Porsche in a pre-arranged location within the grounds. This was a fantastic opportunity for like-minded Porsche enthusiasts to chat with one another and have various photo opportunities with the unique vehicles on display.
Refreshments were served within a bespoke marquee erected specifically for the event. Hospitality included Fresh Whitby Fish and Chips with drinks and desserts.
Porsche Centre Teesside would like to take this opportunity to thank all customers and friends of the business who joined us for this spectacular day.
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