On Friday 13 May, Porsche Centre Mayfair and our partners at Sunseeker London, a leading distributor of Sunseeker luxury motor yachts, teamed up to support the Shoot Out Breast Cancer fundraiser.
The event was held in the beautiful grounds of the Royal Berkshire Shooting School in aid of the Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust and their pivotal research into breast cancer. The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust is one of the largest breast cancer clinical trials facilities north of London.
The event sold out and was a huge success. After guests took part in the clay pigeon shoot, they were treated to a champagne reception and three-course lunch, with the day concluding with a live auction. Porsche Centre Mayfair was happy to make a donation to this great event, as well as a Porsche Driving Experience at our Porsche Experience Centre in Silverstone. Also, as part of our sponsorship, Porsche Centre Mayfair treated guests to a full model range display outside of the club house.
Greg Hardy-Smith, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Mayfair, said, “It was great to support such a successful fundraiser for a worthy cause. The money raised will go a long way in supporting the Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust and their research into the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. It was a pleasure to be involved.”
To see more photos of the event, including our Porsche range model display, please visit our Facebook page.
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