On Thursday 26 July, Porsche Centre Chester welcomed the North Wales region of the Porsche Club Great Britain to the Centre for their annual Show and Shine event.
Guests came with their beautifully prepared Porsche models to the Centre and lined up for friendly scrutineering. Over 25 Porsche cars and their owners attended the event and we had an impressive display including a, Porsche 356 and a 911 Turbo Exclusive Series.
Upon arrival guests were greeted by the Porsche Centre Chester team and were able to explore the Porsche range in the showroom, they were also able to peruse the latest collections from the Porsche Driver's Selection.
Amongst the winners on the evening was a beautiful Porsche 356 in perfect condition, which was admired by everyone and has clearly been looked after over the decades. Each winner received a bottle of Champagne and a 70th anniversary collector’s mug from the Porsche Driver's Selection.
We look forward to welcoming the North Wales region of the Porsche Club back next month for its annual drive out, followed by a welcome barbeque back at the Centre.
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