Porsche Centre East London is thrilled to be supporting customers James and Belinda Richardson with their 'RNLI - 911 Challenge'.
The challenge is to drive anti-clockwise around the British Isles, visiting all 238 RNLI lifeboat stations in a Porsche 911 within 911 hours. The challenge will start at 9:11am on Thursday 23 August 2018 at Teddington RNLI lifeboat station and will finish at Tower RNLI lifeboat station.
James and Belinda have been fervent supporters of the RNLI since they began using a RIB on the Thames 20 years ago. They have also had a passion for the Porsche 911 for more than 50 years - so this is the ideal combination of the two. They are delighted to support such a worthy cause and the couple say that they are always happiest when visiting the coastline of the British Isles – come sun, wind or storm!
Porsche Centre East London is supporting the challenge by offering maintenance and repairs, breakdown cover, parts, tyre and windscreen insurance, replacement tyres after the completion of the challenge and valeting for the car. For the intrepid travellers we are helping them with driving tuition, fitness and diet advice and training in PR, marketing and social media.
The contact details for the RNLI challenge are:
Instagram is: RNLI_911_challenge
JustGiving Page is: RNLI-911 Challenge
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