After the great success of last year’s Henley Literary Festival, Porsche Centre Reading is delighted to announce that we will once again be sponsors for 2018.
As sponsors, we played the role of chauffeur for the festival's VIP guests and performing artists with a luxury Macan shuttle service to and from the station. The Porsche Centre Reading team also held a showcase of Porsche cars at the prestigious Georgian mansion, Phyllis Court.
Since its inception in 2007, the Henley Literary Festival has established itself as one of the UK’s biggest book festivals. Featuring more than 160 talks, Q&As, workshops and performances for adults and children alike, the Henley Literary Festival attracts high-profile guests including Russell Brand, Dermot O’Leary and Judy Murray, to name a few.
Sean Wilson, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Reading, said: "We are delighted to align ourselves with the Henley Literary Festival once again. Last year’s festival was a must-see event and attracted a number of big name bookings. We had a great experience supporting the festival and very much look forward to getting involved again later this year”.
Further details on acts for this year are yet to be announced. Please call us on 0118 914 5448 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our involvement with the festival, or for any of your Porsche requirements.
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