On Sunday 13 October, Porsche Centre Guildford was delighted to support Guildford’s largest 10km running event, the Guildford 10K.
Starting from the cobbled high street in Guildford town centre, participants follow a professionally marked and measured route out through Burpham and Merrow towards Clandon. The 10km turn point was at the Clandon A25 junction near Merrow.
Leading the pack was our Panamera 4 E-Hybrid mounted with the official race clock. Porsche Centre Guildford also supported the event with models on display and giveaways, plus some of our staff participated in the 10k run.
Porsche Centre Guildford has been providing Porsche cars and services to customers throughout the Surrey and Guildford area for over 30 years, so we were delighted to support such a great local event that brought together the local community.
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