Downtown Porsche Grand Opening & Women’s Track Day

At 68 Parliament St., Helen Ching-Kircher, CEO of Downtown Fine Cars, unveiled one of Porsche’s largest new dealerships in Toronto. The state-of-the-art facility features a modern design that complements the sleek and stylish nature of the Porsches it houses. At a later date, Porsche invited women to Mosport International Raceway to test their driving skills alongside professional drivers. Funds raised were donated to Mount Sinai Hospital’s women’s breast cancer unit.
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Photos: 1. Downtown Porsche raises the roof by celebrating its grand opening in high style. 2. From Left to Right: Nick Rajewski (regional manager of Porsche Cars Canada), Trevor Arthur (director of sales, Porsche Cars Canada), Dixie Kicovich (executive director, Porsche Cars North America), Dave Kurtz (vice president area south, Porsche Cars North America), Louis Martin (marketing specialist, Porsche Cars Canada), Joe Lawrence (president and CEO, Porsche Cars Canada), Thomas Illner (director of after sales, Porsche Cars Canada), Roberto Fazio (director of finance, Porsche Cars Canada), Christine Elliott, (Ontario PC MPP, Whitby-Oshawa), Helen Ching-Kircher (president and CEO, Downtown Fine Cars Group) with husband Peter A. Kircher, John Cappella (director, network development) and Jean Gagnon (regional manager after sales). 3. Philip Leong (vice president and director, RBC Dominion Securities), Cindy Liu (director, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Toronto), Helen Ching-Kircher and Kuo-jan Wang (director, general Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Toronto). 4. Galen Flaherty, Christine Elliott, Helen Ching-Kircher and Peter A. Kircher, and Quinn Flaherty. 5. Crowds gather at Mosport International Raceway for Downtown Porsche’s annual all-ladies racetrack day. 6. Jasmin Rawlinson (director, marketing Porsche Cars Canada) and Helen Ching-Kircher. 7. Helen Ching-Kircher with Dolce Vita Magazine publisher Michelle Zerillo-Sosa.

Downtown Porsche Grand Opening & Women’s Track Day

At 68 Parliament St., Helen Ching-Kircher, CEO of Downtown Fine Cars, unveiled one of Porsche’s largest new dealerships in Toronto. The state-of-the-art facility features a modern design that complements the sleek and stylish nature of the Porsches it houses. At a later date, Porsche invited women to Mosport International Raceway to test their driving skills alongside professional drivers. Funds raised were donated to Mount Sinai Hospital’s women’s breast cancer unit.
www.dfcauto.com

Photos: 1. Downtown Porsche raises the roof by celebrating its grand opening in high style. 2. From Left to Right: Nick Rajewski (regional manager of Porsche Cars Canada), Trevor Arthur (director of sales, Porsche Cars Canada), Dixie Kicovich (executive director, Porsche Cars North America), Dave Kurtz (vice president area south, Porsche Cars North America), Louis Martin (marketing specialist, Porsche Cars Canada), Joe Lawrence (president and CEO, Porsche Cars Canada), Thomas Illner (director of after sales, Porsche Cars Canada), Roberto Fazio (director of finance, Porsche Cars Canada), Christine Elliott, (Ontario PC MPP, Whitby-Oshawa), Helen Ching-Kircher (president and CEO, Downtown Fine Cars Group) with husband Peter A. Kircher, John Cappella (director, network development) and Jean Gagnon (regional manager after sales). 3. Philip Leong (vice president and director, RBC Dominion Securities), Cindy Liu (director, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Toronto), Helen Ching-Kircher and Kuo-jan Wang (director, general Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Toronto). 4. Galen Flaherty, Christine Elliott, Helen Ching-Kircher and Peter A. Kircher, and Quinn Flaherty. 5. Crowds gather at Mosport International Raceway for Downtown Porsche’s annual all-ladies racetrack day. 6. Jasmin Rawlinson (director, marketing Porsche Cars Canada) and Helen Ching-Kircher. 7. Helen Ching-Kircher with Dolce Vita Magazine publisher Michelle Zerillo-Sosa.

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