Porsche Centre Wolverhampton is always kept busy with enquiries, questions and requests from a wide range of customers. But a recent enquiry really caught our attention.
We received a beautifully written letter from eight-year-old Mason teling us how much he loved all fast cars - but especially Porsche models. Mason said that he would like to design and build Porsche cars once he is grown up, helping to make them even faster than they are now. Mason’s mother found his letter and decided to send it in to the Centre for our team to read.
As a surprise, we arranged to arrive at Mason’s home on his birthday in one of his favourite Porsche vehicles - a 911 GTS Cabriolet.
A copy of Mason's lovely letter has been framed and placed in the Centre for customers to read.
Simon Priest, Centre Principal, commented: "Mason’s letter really stood out as his knowledge of the Porsche range, including engine sizes and transmissions, was amazing for his age. It was an absolute pleasure to surprise Mason and his family and we are thrilled that we could make his birthday extra special for him".
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