Porsche Centre Tonbridge was delighted to host an evening for The Independent Porsche Enthusiasts Club (TIPEC) on Monday 4 December for their monthly meeting.
The meeting was held in the Centre showroom where drinks and canapés were provided for guests. TIPEC is a great way for enthusiasts to get together to celebrate Porsche and discuss the various models in the range and the benefits of being a Porsche owner.
Stewart Davies, Service Manager at Porsche Centre Tonbridge commented "It was great to host the TIPEC meeting and get involved with the club. We thoroughly enjoyed having them here and hope to carry on our involvement into 2018".
If you’re passionate about Porsche and would like to get involved with TIPEC or have any other Porsche requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01732 361222 to speak to a member of our team.
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