We are delighted to announce Porsche Centre Reading as a sponsor of the Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Life Food and Drink Awards 2017. The awards ceremony celebrates and honours restaurants, pubs, hoteliers and chefs from all over the Berkshire and Buckinghamshire regions who have achieved outstanding quality and success in the food and drink industry.
The awards ceremony is in its third year and continues to grow in stature, quickly becoming one of the region’s most prestigious ceremonies and one of the top culinary events in the Berkshire and Buckinghamshire calendar. This year, the awards are set to be more popular than ever, with a larger number of guests and the greatest selection of categories to vote for to date.
To be hosted at the Royal Windsor Racecourse for the second year running, the venue will also play host to our Porsche car display as part of our sponsorship.
Sean Wilson, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Reading, said “The Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Life Food and Drink Awards has grown year on year in popularity, with the accolades increasingly gaining more respect and stature in the industry. It is our pleasure to sponsor an event that celebrates and champions the success of great food and drink in the local area. We look forward to the ceremony and wish everyone the best of luck.”
The Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Life Food and Drink Awards 2017 will take place in October.
Please contact us on 0118 914 5448 or email email@example.com for more information about our involvement with the Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Life Food and Drink Awards 2017, or for any of your Porsche requirements.
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