Mazda goes on tour

Mazda Ireland, official car partner to Connacht Rugby has launched its official ‘Mazda Rugby Roadshow’.

The Mazda-run family events, will visit locations around Ireland with top players including Mazda Ambassador and former All-Black star, Mils Muliaina, Jake Heenan, Ronan Loughney, Michael Swift, John Muldoon and many more.The roadshow will stop at Carton House Training Facility, Carton House, Co Kildare tommorrow and the Sportsground, Galway on Sunday, December 7 from 10.30am until 12.30pm. It visits Cork on Saturday, February 7 with venue to be confirmed.

Tony Howarth, Managing Director, Mazda Ireland said: “We, at Mazda Ireland, are proud to be official car sponsor of Connacht Rugby and we are delighted that, through our partnership with Connacht Rugby, we can give something back to our customers with our Mazda Rugby Roadshow.

“With a fleet of our 2015 cars available to test drive in each location we’re giving attendees an opportunity to be some of the first people in the country to take them for a spin and receive tips from some of the best rugby players in Ireland”.


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