Following our Open House event on 24 June 2017, we are pleased to reveal the winner of our children’s colouring competition: Master Stirling Gibbs, aged eight. Stirling collected his prize from the showroom and was extremely excited to have his picture taken in the 718 Boxster S and the 911 Carrera S Coupé.
Stirling's winning entries were a Porsche GT3 and a Porsche Macan. Simon Priest, Centre Principal stated ‘Stirling’s pictures were completed to a very high standard, but it was his eye for detail and knowledge of the Porsche range that really made his entries stand out from the rest, including colour coding, Porsche decals and private number plates.'
Stirling was presented with a Porsche Lego® Kit – Le Mans Speed Champions, as his prize, which he assembled and fully completed within a few hours of receiving it!
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