As our Sales Team continues to grow, we would like to introduce Shane Weatherley as our new Sales Manager. Shane has been with Porsche Centre Silverstone for five and a half years, progressing from Business Manager.
Shane has a tremendous enthusiasm for the Porsche brand which shines through when he speaks to customers. His favourite Porsche is the new Panamera Turbo and he is particularly looking forward to the Panamera Sport Turismo arriving later in the year. Shane said “I am very excited about the future of Porsche Centre Silverstone as we continue to grow the business and the team. My new position will enable me to assist the team in achieving our goals and creating an exceptional experience for customers.”
Our General Sales Manager, Alex Kennedy, said “I’d like to congratulate Shane for his hard work over the years. This is a richly deserved promotion and I’m sure he will drive the business forward in his new capacity and succeed in delighting customers.”
The whole team would like to wish Shane the best of luck in his new role.
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**Important information about the all-electric Porsche models can be found here.