On Sunday 20 August, Porsche Centre Nottingham proudly sponsored Southwell Races Ladies Day which took place at Southwell Racecourse in Nottinghamshire.
Thirty of our customers joined us for a full day of hospitality in our very own private marquee, where they had the opportunity to view the latest Porsche models and talk to members of our team. Our guests enjoyed a three course lunch and a tipster talk before the racing fun began.
The first race of the day was the ‘Porsche Centre Nottingham Steeple Chase’. A number of our customers were specially selected to join the beautiful horses in the parade ring and helped choose the best groomed horse. They then presented the owners of the winning horse ‘Assuri’ with the Porsche Nottingham Steeple Chase trophy.
Daniel Read, our New Car Sales Manager said ‘with around 10,000 in attendance today, it has been a wonderful opportunity for many to become familiar with our fabulous cars. It has also been a pleasure to spend time with our customers and treat them to a fun and enjoyable day out.’
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