Six-hour run: Porsche donates EUR 180,000 to amicable initiatives

Posted on 10. Oct, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada


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• More than 3000 employees get relocating for a good cause

Huge support for immature people in a Stuttgart area: More than 3000 employees took to a starting line on Sunday to attend in a Porsche six-hour run. The aim: to lift as most income for gift as possible. Each path finished would see Porsche AG present EUR 5. After stacking adult 26,437 laps, a sum sum for concession stood during EUR 180,000 – Porsche also motionless to turn adult a amount. The income will be used to assistance allow a new vital and eating area during a in-patient sanatorium for children and immature people in Stuttgart, financial dual state-of-the-art medical inclination for a Olgäle foundation, run a Unicef “Mobifant” playbus for probably a whole of 2017 and allow a interior of a new building during a children’s and girl plantation in Zuffenhausen.

“Porsche is not only a commercially-minded company”, explained Chairman of a Executive Board Oliver Blume during a Porsche six-hour run event. “We are also aware of a shortcoming to multitude and in sold to a people in a segment here. All of a record from a eventuality will go to advantage children who need a help.” Head of a Works Council Uwe Hück was also tender by a sporting suggestion on arrangement from a team: “Zuffenhausen is a hearth of a 911 model. Here, all Porsche employees come together to support a common means and lift income for a segment of Stuttgart. That’s partial of a Porsche culture. we never doubted that a Porsche group would time adult a outrageous series of laps to lift income for amicable initiatives. That’s something that creates me impossibly proud.”

The Porsche 6-hour run is already in a second year. At a event, employees get together in teams to finish laps of a track of accurately 911 metres – desirous by a iconic Porsche 911 sportscar – during a premises of a categorical plant in Zuffenhausen. The initial eventuality in 2015 lifted a sum of EUR 175,000 for amicable initiatives.

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