On Saturday 4 June, Porsche Centre Reading was delighted to welcome local car fanatic, Jack Aitken, to our showroom.
Jack Aitken, who has autism, was given an exclusive tour of our facilities and our team was taken aback at his in-depth knowledge of Porsche.
Jack’s Grandad Stewart Radford, who first contacted us to arrange the tour, said: "It was absolutely amazing. They took him into the back where the cars are repaired and he saw a number of custom cars. To say Jack enjoyed it would be an understatement. They even said they were really surprised by how much a 10 year old knew about Porsche cars."
Matt Jones, Business Manager of Porsche Centre Reading, said: “It was a pleasure to have Jack visit the Porsche Centre, he is a really nice young man with a big passion for cars. We were all thoroughly impressed with the sheer detail he knew about the Porsche models in our showroom.”
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