Porsche Centre Reading was delighted to sponsor the 12th annual Henley Literary Festival.
From Saturday 29 September to Sunday 7 October, the town of Henley welcomed the likes of Fearne Cotton, Kevin Keegan, Sir Michael Morpurgo, Sebastian Faulks, Pam Ayres, Irvine Welsh, Alan Johnson and Alex Gregory as guest speakers to the festival.
As a sponsor of the event, Porsche Centre Reading played the role of chauffeur for the festival's VIP guests. The Centre provided a luxury Macan to shuttle performing artists to and from the station. The Porsche Centre Reading team also held a showcase of Porsche models at the prestigious Georgian mansion, Phyllis Court.
In addition, the Centre chose to sponsor some of the key acts at the festival including James Bond author Anthony Horowitz, British journalist and news presenter Louise Minchin, and former star of the Apprentice and host of Countdown, Nick Hewer.
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