Porsche Centre Reading was the proud sponsor of the Wallingford Vehicle Rally and Parade 2017. On Sunday 7 May, the small historic town of Wallingford became home to a host of classic, iconic and unique vehicles from across the ages.
All money raised is donated to local charities and this year had the greatest turnout yet; exceeding last year’s record to raise over £12,000 and attracting over 300 vehicles to participate in the rally.
Porsche Centre Reading was delighted to support the event and exhibited a showcase of the latest generation 911 and Macan. The Centre also displayed two classic Porsche cars in the form of a Porsche 912 and a Porsche 356 at the Kinecroft.
Sean Wilson, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Reading said “As the main sponsors of Wallingford Vehicle Rally, it was a privilege to support such a great and unique automotive event whichraises money for charity. It was also a pleasure to meet and interact with fans of the brand throughout the day.”
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