Porsche Centre Chester was proud to be sponsoring the Carden Park Captain’s charity golf day held on Tuesday 2 August. This annual event raises funds for a nominated charity each year, with this year being North West Cancer Research.
Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal, hosted two teams of customers who played 18 holes in the competition on the Nicklaus course, before enjoying dinner back at the hotel in the evening with a raffle and prize presentation.
Porsche Centre Chester sponsored the golf day with a contribution, as well as donating prizes to the raffle such as a Porsche Driving Experience at Silverstone, a Porsche 718 Boxster for the weekend, and various items from the Porsche Lifestyle Collection.
The Centre team brought along two stunning vehicles to display at Carden Park. These included a Python Green 718 Boxster, and a Mamba Green Taycan GTS.
Thank you to Carden Park for organising such a fantastic event which has raised over £7,375 for the charity.
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