Porsche owners and other sports car enthusiasts are invited to coffee and a tour this Saturday at Crown Isle Plaza.

Porsche club holding Cars & Coffee this Saturday

Get together will include tour of new Cumberland Brewing Company

The Vancouver Island  Region – Porsche Club of America is hosting its third Comox Valley Cars & Coffee, at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 13 at the Crown Isle Plaza in the parking lot across from Starbucks.

“Join us for a coffee, maybe breakfast, and an opportunity to chat.  We welcome all Porsche owners, former owners, potential owners and fellow car enthusiasts,” a spokesperson said.

“Around 11:30 we will take a short and scenic drive to the recently opened Cumberland Brewing Company for a tour, tasting and lunch,” the spokesperson added.

C.V. Cars & Coffee is held the second Saturday of every month at Crown Isle Plaza. For more information, contact Wendy upisland@virpca.org

– Vancouver Island Region – Porsche Club of America

 

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