On Wednesday 30 October, Porsche Cars Great Britain hosted an awards ceremony at Fawsley Hall to celebrate and recognise the remarkable work delivered in the field of marketing by official Porsche Centres in the UK.
Awards were allocated as gold, silver and bronze against five categories: ‘Best Social Media Campaign’, ‘Best Integrated Campaign’, ‘Best Event’, ‘Best Partnership’ and ‘2019 Overall Winner’.
We are delighted to announce that Porsche Centre Hatfield was extremely successful, winning four awards as follows:
Best Integrated Campaign: bronze for our 'Mid-summer movie drive-in' event.
Best Event: gold for our 'Mid-summer movie drive-in' event.
Best Partnership: gold for our Lonsdale School event.
2019 Overall Winner: Lonsdale School event.
Winning gold for best event, our 'Mid-summer movie drive-in' invited 911 Cabriolet and Boxster customers to bring their cars to Porsche Centre Hatfield for an American-themed open air cinema with the film Rush being shown on a projector in our car park.
Winning the Overall Winner and Best Partnership awards, our Lonsdale School Event, partnered with this incredible school, who teach physically and neurologically impaired children and young adults aged 3-18. Some of their Porsche-fan students asked to visit our Centre to look at the cars, but we decided to go one better by taking cars to the school for a fun filled day for all.
Heading up marketing activities at Porsche Centre Hatfield, Centre Support Manager, Charlene Nayler said: “I am completely honoured by the recognition for the work put in to create the events and campaigns…the acknowledgement has, as a Centre, inspired us to create even more exciting and innovative events in the future”.
Porsche Centre Hatfield would like to thank everyone who has helped make these events possible and we look forward to hosting more events in the future.
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