Porsche Centre Leicester was delighted to host a very special guest last week.
Porsche fan Henry, 10, recently lost the sight in his left eye in an unfortunate accident. After surgery, and numerous weeks in hospital, Henry was housebound for the summer. As his recovery continued, Henry's mother got in touch and we jumped at the opportunity to invite Henry and his family down for a Porsche Centre Leicester experience.
Henry and his father came in for what they thought was a casual tour of our model range, but instead, Henry went out for a drive in one of our 911 GTS models. He also received a bag of personalised Porsche treats, including a set of his very own display number plates.
Following his visit, Henry's mother said "He came back absolutely buzzing from the experience. For someone who hasn't been allowed to do anything all holiday, it was like a trip of a lifetime. A huge thank you must go to your team, the girls on reception and Shaun."
For more information on Porsche Centre Leicester, please call 0116 367 8871 to speak to a member of our team.
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