On Thursday 29 August our Marketing Executive Katie visited the Helensburgh RNLI Lifeboat Station. A couple called James and Belinda contacted the Porsche Centre Glasgow a few months ago to tell us about a challenge they were undertaking to drive anti-clockwise around Scotland.
The journey was to visit 77 lifeboat stations in 19 days in their Porsche 911 to try and raise money to buy a D Class lifeboat. They were asking local companies to sponsor their closest lifeboat station and Porsche Centre Glasgow happily agreed to sponsor Helensburgh.
When Katie visited the station she also met the staff and crew who run the station and presented them with a plaque.
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