From Wednesday 25 to Sunday 29 July, Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex displayed some of the latest Porsche models during the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Great Britain, held at Hickstead Showgrounds.
Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex displayed Cayenne, Macan and Boxster models on the stand, which backed on to the International Arena and had a great viewpoint of the showjumping. Information on the Porsche model range, and the future of e-performance was also available, along with baseball caps from the Porsche Driver’s Selection being available for purchase.
Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex Andy Crabb, comments: “It was great to be part of a local event and get the opportunity to be a spectator at the renowned Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™. It was fantastic to meet fellow exhibitors and competitors from around the globe at a local showand we look forward to attending next year.”
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