We are delighted to announce that Porsche Centre Cambridge now sponsors the Peterborough Phantoms ice hockey team.
Our particular interest is in the future stars of the team who train with the Phantoms Academy, the Learn to Play Scheme and at hockey schools throughout the year. Later in the season we will be attending some of the junior training sessions where we look forward to meeting young players and offering fans the opportunity to see a range of Porsche cars from the current model range.
Some members of our staff have already attended home games and have enjoyed the passion and excitement that an ice hockey match brings. Andy Matthews, General Sales Manager, says: "We are delighted to sponsor the Peterborough Phantoms Juniors and Academy for the 2016/17 season and hope that many young players will benefit from our support. I will be attending matches regularly so look forward to meeting many ice hockey enthusiasts and introducing new people to Porsche over the next few months."
If you would like to learn more about our sponsorship please visit the Peterborough Phantoms Sponsorship page.
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