Attendees will be able to test-drive the convertible between 9 a.m. and noon, while munching on brunch from Fahrenheit-Cleveland, one of Cleveland's hippest eateries, and enjoying live music.
"Our brunch is dog friendly, too," said General Manager Chris Studor, who conceived the idea for the event because Sunday brunch is one of his weekend rituals.
He expects a minimum of six Boxsters to be on hand for the program, he told Edmunds.
"We'll have Bloody Marys and Mimosas ready when the test-drive is over," he said. "We'll also have full staff on the scene if someone falls for the Boxster."
When the dealership hosted a dinner for the 911 launch, Studor said the dealership took a couple of orders during the party from buyers, so he's prepared if that happens at brunch.
"The response before the event has already been great," Studor said. "The staff is excited to try something different with this vehicle launch."
Edmunds says: This Porsche dealership cooks up a great way to get car shoppers into the showroom.