Porsche Centre Exeter is delighted to announce a new partnership with England and Exeter Chiefs Rugby Star, Henry Slade as our Centre’s brand ambassador. This is a unique and exciting collaboration as it will be the first time Porsche Centre Exeter have welcomed a brand ambassador into the team.
From Ivybridge RFC to England playmaker, Henry Slade has always strived to be one of the most skilful players on a rugby pitch. In May 2015 he was awarded RPA Young Player of the Year.
Henry has had a highly successful and inspiring career to date and this looks set to continue at both a national and club level.
The team at Porsche Centre Exeter are delighted to have Henry on board.
“It’s an absolute pleasure to be able to call Henry a member of the team and we are looking forward to future plans with him as our ambassador with our loyal and valued customers as well as our digital followers. We proudly support Henry and are looking forward to seeing more great things on the pitch from him in the Premiership and at the World Cup”, said Richard Hannaford, General Sales Manager of Porsche Centre Exeter.
Henry Slade also commented, “I’m really looking forward to working with Porsche Centre Exeter. In my position as a recognised sports professional, it’s important to me to pick the right brands to work with. The Porsche Centre Exeter team show a great amount of consideration to anyone who visits their showroom, one that I have experienced first-hand. Porsche has a deserved reputation and I can’t wait to experience the quality drive their cars are known to offer”.
Keep an eye out for our brand ambassador as he continues the campaign for another Gallagher Premiership title and aims to further cement his England place for the 9th Rugby World Cup in Japan in 2019.
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