On Wednesday 7 February, Porsche Centre Leicester hosted customers for an exclusive 718 drive out day, to experience the latest 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman models in the range. In a variety of standard and 'S' variations, the customers embarked on their journey with their goody bags and instruction packs. Beginning the scenic drive from the Centre through to rural Leicestershire, guests drove out towards Rutland, along the windy roads, chicanes and bountiful rolling hills.
After the 50-minute journey, the group arrived in the beautiful, historic town of Stamford, to begin the next phase of the trip. Convening at trendy local eatery - Paten&Co, guests participated in an interactive mocktail making class, learning the skills and techniques required to make some adapted takes on classic cocktail recipes. Many ingredients were Porsche-inspired, such as Cayenne pepper. Following the class, guests were treated to a behind the scenes premises tour, an exquisite two-course tasting menu alongside a selection of mocktails.
Please contact a member of our team by phone on 0116 276 4488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the 718 range or our future events.
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