On 19 May, Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex joined businesses from throughout Sussex to take part in a special Brighton and Hove Business Lunch Club, in aid of Multiple Sclerosis charity OMS (Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis). The event was held at the home of Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club, The Brighton and Hove Community Stadium.
The Brighton and Hove Business Lunch Club provides a platform for successful businesses of all types to come together on a monthly basis, make contacts and build successful relationships. For this special edition of the lunch club, Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex took a table of ten customers to enjoy a three-course lunch, charity auction and a speech from host and Brighton and Hove Albion Chairman, Tony Bloom.
Centre Principle Andrew Crabb commented; “Founder of the Brighton and Hove Business Club, Tim Cobb, has done a fantastic job today in bringing businesses together to support OMS. It was also a great opportunity to say thank you to some of our customers.”
The event was another opportunity to celebrate the recent success of Brighton and Hove FC, who were recently promoted into the Premier League. Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex is a proud sponsor of the club and looks forward to closely watching their successes next season.
Please visit their website to find out more about the charity Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis (OMS).
Please visit their website to find out more about the Brighton and Hove Business Lunch Club.
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