Porsche Centre West London is delighted to announce that we are now the luxury car partner of Brentford Football Club.
The partnership was officially launched on Thursday 20 September, when the Centre hosted one of Brentford FC’s seasonal partners’ events. Head Coach Dean Smith, the club directors, staff and the players met the Club’s partnership family.
Located at Griffin Park, just a mile from our Centre, Porsche Centre West London is looking forward to joint events and hospitality activities with the Championship club. When complete, the club's new stadium will be situated at the Lionel Road South site - even closer to our Porsche Centre.
We are proud to align ourselves with and support local teams who have a strong presence in the community, including Brentford Football Club and Middlesex County Cricket Club.
Peter Jiggins, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre West London, said: “With Griffin Park right on our doorstep and the new stadium even closer, we couldn’t be happier to be working closely with Brentford FC and its local partners. Brentford FC shares our values of hard work, building a strong team and giving back to the local community. For us, the fit is perfect”.
James Parkinson, Brentford FC Commercial Director, added: "We have gained considerable traction across our recently launched partnership scheme. The heart of our efforts is focusing on partnering with symbiotic brands who we feel can truly connect with the Club. An important component of our agreement is built around delivering key Club events throughout the season, such as our partner networking, golf days and new stadium events, which will enable Porsche to present their products on a more experiential level. We’re delighted to have this partnership up and running and look forward to a strong working relationship."
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