On Wednesday 26 February, a selection of customers and staff members were treated to a drive out event to Honesberie Shooting School for a day of clay pigeon shooting.
The drive out featured an impressive line-up of both Cayenne and Cayenne Coupes. Upon arrival, guests were treated to breakfast followed by a safety briefing. Once outside, participants were split into three groups for a morning practice session.
Once all teams had completed their training, the group gathered for a delicious 3-course lunch. Afterwards, the teams went head to head and competed for the title of the highest scoring team, which ended with a flush. The event ended with a prize giving, where guests received prizes for the highest scores throughout the day.
The day was a great success and guests thoroughly enjoyed the entire experience.
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