On Friday 21 September Porsche Centre Tewkesbury hosted a special event for Macan owners which included a combination of three luxury marques: Porsche sports cars, HeliAir Helicopters and Chase Gin.
The guests were shown around the workshop and had a close-up look at their Macan with our Porsche-trained Technicians, before receiving a brief presentation about the Macan from our Sales Manager, Emma Durber and Aftersales Manager, Hannah Lewis.
The convoy then left Porsche Centre Tewkesbury for HeliAir at Gloucester Airport and were greeted by three R22 helicopters that took half of the guests to Chase Distillery, while the rest proceeded in the convoy. At Chase Farm the group took a tour of the distillery, finding out about the interesting history of the brand and the processes used today to make vodka and gin. For lunch the group visited Verzon Restaurant for a two-course menu in their beautiful dining room, with a view of the helicopters and Porsche cars lined up on the driveway.
When the guests returned to Porsche Centre Tewkesbury, they were reunited with their vehicles which had undergone a health check.
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