Porsche Centre Solihull had the pleasure of hosting the Macan Register of the Porsche Club of Great Britain for the very first time on Saturday 02 April 2016.
The Macan Register is the newest group within the Porsche Club of Great Britain and exists to provide opportunities to socialise, valuable technical support and helpful advice for Macan owners and prospective owners.
At the event, members were treated to breakfast and refreshments before a tour of the workshop conducted by Service Manager Howard Parsons. Guests were able to fully explore the inner workings of a Macan whilst it was on the ramp and were able to put questions to our Porsche trained technicians. The members also enjoyed a Macan themed quiz, with a first prize of two tickets to the World Endurance Championship at Silverstone, and all attendees left the event with a Porsche goody bag.
The event was a great success and was thoroughly enjoyed by all members of the Macan Register.
If you would like to explore the award winning Porsche Macan, please contact our sales department to book a demonstration drive by calling 0121 745 9911 or emailing
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