Porsche Bolton would like to congratulate our Parts Supervisor, Mark Saunders who recently won a luxury two-night stay at the Wilderness Reserve in Suffolk.
Mark originally won the incentive trip back in December 2019 after 12 months dedication and hard work, but due to Covid 19 this was postponed until August 2021.
The 4 August 2021 finally arrived and Mark and his wife along with his two Great Danes, Dexter and Belle set off for a trip of a lifetime. After a four and a half journey they arrived at the stunningly beautiful five thousand acre private estate. They stayed in a luxurious private lodge which had its own grounds so the dogs could run free for miles. The fridge was well stocked with a breakfast and very generous drinks hamper. They were given a wonderful guided tours of the estate with the Park ranger with views to die for. Reflexology pamper treatments were provided for Mark's wife and they even had their very own private chef and waiting-on service in the evening to cook them a five star meal.
Although Mark had to wait over 12 months for this trip he said the whole experience did not disappoint and far exceeded his expectations. Mark and his family were made to feel like royalty. He said he knew he had been truly recognised by Porsche for his achievements and could not thank them enough. He said it really was a trip of lifetime and an experience he and his wife will always remember.
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