On Sunday 4 August 2019, Porsche Centre Leeds joined Porsche Centre Newcastle, Teesside and Sheffield on a customer drive to Whitby. The annual Whitby run always has plenty of attendees and this year was no exception. Over 40 customers met at Porsche Centre Leeds for refreshments and a prompt 10am departure in convoy to the Thirsk Farmers Market, where guests had an opportunity to browse the other cars on the rally. The cars spanned the full range of Porsche including the new 911 (type 992), Macan and Cayenne. A number of customers also joined us with thier classic Porsche, one of the highlights being a beautiful 911 (type 993) that had recently had some work completed by the team at Porsche Centre Leeds.
Following this, everyone drove into Whitby, once again in convoy, to our final destination - ‘The Stables at Cross Butts’. Special Porsche parking had been arranged and guests enjoyed food and drinks whilst taking the opportunity to meet fellow Porsche enthusiasts.
The day was a great success and something we are looking to continue next year. Please contact a member of the team on 01133 890 600 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join us on next year’s Whitby Run.
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