Porsche lovers meeting for coffee on April 9

The Vancouver Island Region of Porsche Club of America, on Saturday, April 11, 2015 launched the first Comox Valley Cars & Coffee, and Saturday, April 9, 2016 will be celebrating their first anniversary.

The C.V. Cars & Coffee is held the second Saturday each month at the Crown Isle Plaza, in the “clinic” parking lot across from Starbucks at 10 a.m.

All Porsche owners, present or past, want-to-be Porsche owners, or those who just want to see some Porsches are welcome.

V.I.R. was formed Feb. 10, 1996 and is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. There are currently 386 members all over the Island, including the Gulf Islands.

Questions can be directed to Wendy Woodley, Up Island Director upisland@virpca and for more info www.virpca.org.

 

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