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Porsche Centre Sri Lanka launches loyalty program

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Ravi Opatha handing over the first Porsche Loyalty Card to IWS Holdings Chairman Arthur Senanayake

Holdings Chairman Arthur Senanayake with the first Porsche Loyalty Card

Porsche Centre Sri Lanka team

Porsche Centre Sri Lanka marked yet another milestone when it launched its much-awaited Porsche Loyalty Program on 8 February at One Galle Face amidst Porsche’s most loyal customers. It was an evening of glamour and grace where Porsche customers and their families gathered to experience the luxuries of everyday life at One Galle Face. Shangri-La Residencies, popularly known as ‘One Galle Face’ hosted the Porsche customers for an evening of cocktails, delicious food and chit-chat at the One Galle Face Clubhouse.

The spotlight was all on Porsche when the Porsche Loyalty Program was launched by unveiling and handing over the first Porsche Loyalty Card to IWS Holdings Chairman Arthur Senanayake. It was indeed a memorable moment to the entire Porsche family as the Loyalty Card recognises and avails each and every Porsche owner to various exclusive offers from partnering brands representing many industries. “I am honoured to launch the Porsche Loyalty Program as this is the best way possible to appreciate our loyal customers who have been with us throughout our journey here in Sri Lanka,” said Porsche Centre Sri Lanka Senior Brand Executive Randy Kitchilan.  

Over 15 brands have joined forces with Porsche to offer an exclusive experience to each and every Porsche owner. Namely Mobil1, 3M, Ceramic Pro as the car care partners; Movenpick, Amaya Resorts & Spa as a hospitality partners; The Bavarian – German Restaurant & Pub, Manhattan Fish Market, Nara Thai, Coffee Rooms, The Barnesbury as Food and Beverage partners; Jet Water Sports, Giant bikes as leisure partners; Nawaloka Hospitals, Vision Care as healthcare partners; Natuzzi as the furniture and lifestyle partner.

“We are grateful to all our partners for becoming a part of one of the most exclusive loyalty programs in the automobile industry of Sri Lanka. We are hoping to expand our partner network further in the near future. We also thank One Galle Face for hosting the Porsche family at their club house and offering an amazing experience,” said Eurocars General Manager Ravi Opatha.

Eurocars Ltd. is the sole authorised importer and dealer for Porsche vehicles in Sri Lanka since 1996. With a market representation of over 22 years, Eurocars Ltd. has grown and taken strides in providing the Sri Lankan people an experience on par with other mature markets.


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