Something quite special happened on the evening of 31 August at Porsche Centre Belfast. In conjunction with Alan (Plum) Tyndall of RPM – Motorsport, we had the pleasure of hosting the launch evening for the Titanic Déjà Vu Ulster Rally, an exclusive event in the world of rallying.
Each year Alan organises this charity event for the rally fraternity, where those with a passion for the sport can sign up for a weekend of fun, driving and a glamorous gala evening. In our inaugural year at our brand new Porsche Centre, and as part of the 70 Years of Porsche’s celebrations, we were delighted to host such a wonderful event. What made it even more special was that Alan had managed to secure a guest appearance from two-time World Rally Champion and official Porsche Ambassador, Mr Walter Röhrl.
As anticipated, this drew a large audience and we welcomed over 300 guests to the Centre. Walter was very accommodating and chatted to an appreciative crowd, he even autographed the car of one very lucky Porsche customer.
As this was a charity event, Alan arranged to share the donations from the event between his chosen charity, McMillan Cancer and our charity, Cancer Fund for Children, each of whom received £4,000 from the event.
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