Our local Wolverhampton racecourse saw its first Porsche Centre car café hosted by our team earlier this month on Sunday 10 July 2022. The day was aimed to raise money for the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity by encouraging Porsche and Sportscar owners to attend and be a part of the day with like-minded enthusiasts.
Blessed with some great weather the event attracted a fine display of fascinating cars ranging from classics such as 356s and classic 911s, all the way through to cars such as the GT4RS, GT2RS and 911 Speedster.
We were able to raise £1,323.18 for one of the most impactful charities in the country, helping those when they need It most, and thanks to the support of our customers, friends and family the money raised will be able to fund 4 critical car care missions assisting in the Air Ambulance helicopters call outs.
We'd like to say thank you to all those who attended and supported the 2022 Porsche Centre Wolverhampton Car Cafe, a massive thank you also goes out to all the food and drink vendors who served some amazing hot food and cold drinks on a sublime summer’s day, finally, a special thank you to our Porsche Wolverhampton team ensuring the smooth running of the day, the sales of Porsche Lifestyle items, the display of available approved pre-owned Porsche models and ensuring the day was a great success.
We looking to host this event again for Q2 2023 and we look forward to seeing you there. If you would like your vehicle on display, please contact us on 0190 239 7911 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .
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