Porsche Centre West London is now the official 'Luxury Car Partner' for the Middlesex County Cricket Club.
Middlesex County Cricket Club is one of the most renowned and successful first-class clubs in the game. They have an illustrious history, spanning more than a century, and they play the majority of their home matches at the world-famous Lord’s cricket ground. 2016 was a triumphant year for Middlesex as they claimed the County Championship for the first time in 23 years. Porsche Centre West London will now sponsor Middlesex for the 2017 season as they look to defend their title.
As their Luxury Car Partner, Porsche Centre West London will participate in a number of event and hospitality opportunities over the course of 2017.
Peter Jiggins, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre West London, said “We are delighted to align ourselves with one of the most illustrious cricket clubs in the world. As the Middlesex County Cricket Club’s ‘Luxury Car Partner’, we look forward to working together over the course of the year.”
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