Porsche Centre West London is delighted to announce that we will partner with Brentford Football Club.
Located just a mile away from our Centre at Griffin Park, Porsche Centre West London looks forward to a number of event and hospitality opportunities with this championship side.
Since their promotion to the championship in 2014, Brentford has had great success, reaching the 2015 playoff semi-final and currently sit mid-table. Now with a few years in the second tier of English football, Brentford looks to set their sights even further with a large investment into a new stadium.
We are proud to align ourselves with and support local teams that have a strong presence in the community, through partnerships such as Brentford Football Club and the recently renewed partnership with Middlesex County Cricket Club.
Centre Principal of Porsche Centre West London, Peter Jiggins, commented: “With Griffin Park right on our doorstep it is a great opportunity to partner our local team. We look forward to working with Brentford on some exciting event opportunities. The Brentford shirt will go on display in our boardroom and we will be spurring the Bees on in what will be a very competitive end to the season!”
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