Porsche Centre Hatfield is delighted to announce their involvement in the inaugural St Albans Motor Show on Sunday 20 March. The St Albans Motor Show will feature a host of luxury automotive brands including the new 911 and bestselling Cayenne.
The Motor Show is a completely new event and is the first of its kind to come to St Albans. It will be taking place in the picturesque town centre from 10:30 until 16.00. Alongside the luxury models, there will also be a number of unique vehicles exhibited including a kit car built by the local students of Oaklands College.
Mike Murphy, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Hatfield said “We are excited to support a new Motor Show in our local area. With our support and a number of other prestige automotive manufacturers, we hope this event will be an outstanding success and open the door for many more St Albans Motor Shows in years to come.”
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