2017 has been a year of 40th anniversary celebrations. It has now been 40 years since the first Porsche 928 rolled off the production line and this year also marks the 40th anniversary of the World Snooker Championships held at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Porsche Centre Sheffield was proud to be the chosen chauffeur partner for this fantastic sporting event and it was an excellent opportunity to showcase the new Porsche Panamera in the city of Sheffield. We were delighted to chauffeur the current champion Mark Selby and fellow professionals Dennis Taylor, John Higgins, Ray Reardon, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Terry Griffiths and Stephen Hendry.
James Bridge, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Sheffield commented: “This was an amazing opportunity for Porsche Centre Sheffield and we hope to strengthen this partnership next year. We would like to congratulate Mark Selby on his third World Championship victory.”
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