Porsche Centre Chester was delighted to be part of the annual ‘Porsches on the Promenade’ event, held on the North Shore Promenade in Llandudno, North Wales at the weekend. Organised by Porsche Club Great Britain, Llandudno opens its promenade for just one day, exclusively for Porsches.
This year, the number of Porsches on display was even higher than previous years, totalling 402 cars. Porsche Centre Chester displayed the new 718 Boxster S, the latest 911 and a Panamera S E-Hybrid and customers were given the opportunity to book future demonstration drives in the model of their choice.
Refreshments were served in the Menai Suite at the George Hotel. Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Chester commented: “It was great to see so many of our customers on the promenade displaying their own Porsches. There were some very rare and special Porsche models on display. I'm very much looking forward to next year now.”
Visit the Porsche Club Great Britain website for more information about the events they run.
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