The Perfect Christmas Present for the Ultimate Porsche Enthusiast – Office Chair RS.

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If you’re looking for that racetrack feeling for your home library, or if you would prefer to spend your day at the office sitting in the sports seat of a 911, Porsche Masterpieces has just what you need.

These Porsche Driver’s Selection masterpieces combine a passion for high-end technology with the vivaciousness that comes with a deeply-rooted enthusiasm for Porsche. And the wheel rim clock, office chair and wall shelving don’t just turn original Porsche parts into unique design objects. They also make interior design an exclusive sports car experience.

Limited quantities now available at Porsche of Tampa. https://goo.gl/5G4FXu

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Tennis Classic and Toy Drive for St. Jude Presented by Audi Tampa

Tennis Classic and Toy Drive for St. Jude presented by Audi Tampa
Enjoy this tennis classic while you help the kids of St. Jude Children’s
Research Hospital
. This second annual event honors the memory of Virginia Petrick, a long-time friend and supporter of St. Jude.
The tournament will be held on December 3 at the beautiful Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club. Guests will enjoy friendly tennis competition, auction items, food and cocktails. Bring a toy to help the kids of St. Jude have a happy holiday.
All funds raised will go directly to St. Jude, where families never receive a bill for travel, treatment, housing or food– because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.
For more information click here.
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Porsche Tequipment Sports Exhaust System

Vital information about the degree of acceleration, engine performance, deceleration and braking is instantly conveyed to the driver through Porsche vehicle exhaust notes. The Sports Exhaust System gives the driver performance input simultaneously with the dashboard gauges, allowing the driver to pay attention to the road through sight while monitoring the performance gamut by ear.

For a deeper dive, Porsche acoustics engineer Bernhard Pfäfflin has more to say on the subject at: https://goo.gl/O8CYv3