On Thursday 10 May, Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex joined members of the Gatwick Diamond Business Community to take part in a Charity ‘It’s a Knockout’ Challenge.
The event saw 14 teams from a diverse range of companies compete in a number of high adrenaline activities at Ardingly Showground, West Sussex. All funds raised on the day and through the charity raffle will be split between 13 Gatwick Diamond Business member charities.
The day concluded with a winners' presentation and charity raffle draw. David Erskine, General Sales Manager (and human table football goalie) at Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex, commented: “It was a great event last year and this year did not disappoint. We had a fantastic day raising money for charity. The event was a brilliant team-building and motivational exercise and we’ll definitely be back next year”.
Please visit our Facebook page to see more pictures from the event.
Visit Gatwick Diamond Business Networking Group for more information about this organisation.
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