Bentley’s pawsh photobooth is a Goodwoof hit

Posted on 21 May 2024 by The Manufacturer

Last weekend’s Goodwoof once again welcomed dog enthusiasts to the Duke of Richmond’s Goodwood estate for a grand celebration of all things canine.

With pups of all shapes and sizes in attendance, the event featured various activities, including the Breed Meets where Bentley led hundreds of dogs around the 1km track.

Bentley also unveiled a one-of-a-kind pawsh photobooth designed in collaboration with luxury pet outfitter, Mungo & Maud. Featuring delightful canine-inspired motifs, the playful graphic design was created by the team Mungo & Maud in its signature colourways. The rear of the car was also fitted out in Mungo & Maud accessories, so su-paw model pooches could sparkle in the Bentayga. With dogs fur-ociously hoping to collar the crown with their tail-wagging charm and fetching poses, over 6,000 photos were snapped over the weekend with funds raised for Jai Dog Rescue – Goodwoof’s charity sponsor for 2024.

Another highlight was the return of the Bentayga Sheepherding, which rounded up lambs, ewes and rams during one of the festival’s most popular activities.

Bentley’s Chief Communications and D&I Officer, Wayne Bruce, said: “It was a great weekend on the Goodwood lawn. Hundreds of four-legged friends collected their pawprints on the Breed Meets, guided by Bentley. Let’s not forget the pawsh photobooth where 6,000 photos were snapped in aid of Jai Dog Rescue. Thank you to everyone who came, and to my team!”

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