On Saturday 9 June, Porsche Centre Bournemouth welcomed over 200 guests to our Sportscar Together Day in celebration of 70 years of Porsche. To mark the 70th birthday, events took place around the globe with sportscar drivers, enthusiasts and fans worldwide.
Porsche models from the previous seven decades were on display as part of our ‘Show and Shine’ concourse, as well as the current Porsche model range.
Racing simulators and the BATAK challenge were played by our guests throughout the event and stunning Porsche-inspired artwork from Jane Sweeting was on display. Refreshments, including a barbecue, were available for everyone to enjoy.
At midday, the 35 Show and Shine entries participated in a drive out to the stunning Grange Estate in Hampshire to meet with our friends from Porsche Centre Portsmouth and make a spectacular display of 70 vehicles. A delicious lunch was enjoyed by all, followed by a presentation to the ‘Show and Shine’ concourse winners.
Thank you to the guests that attended our celebration. If you have any enquiries, please contact the Centre on 01202 897688 and ask to speak to a member of the Sales Team.
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