On Thursday 11 November 2014, Porsche Centre Solihull hosted 325 customers for an evening event to celebrate becoming a ‘Porsche Exclusive Flagship Dealer’. This means we can now offer customers an exclusive personalisation service available from the factory in Germany.
There were a number of Porsche Exclusive cars showcased during the evening along with the new Cayenne and the classic Porsche 959. Presentations were given by the Porsche Exclusive Team along with a complimentary bar and delicious canapés served all night. We held a competition with a prize draw and had entertainment from Mark Cairns, a mind reader who went round all the guests playing tricks. The event was also supported by Chopard and TaylorMade Golf who showcased upstairs.
All in all this was a fantastic evening and we would like to thank everyone who came and supported the Centre. A range of photos from the evening can be found at the bottom of the homepage.
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