Tough Mudder Ireland is delighted to announce that DeCare Dental Insurance will be joining us on in July as an official sponsor of Kiss of Mud.

This partnership benefits both Tough Mudder and DeCare. The link between DeCare and Kiss of Mud creates a whole host of social media opportunities, as the crowd of muddy faces make for really good ‘toothy’ smiles.

DeCare provides dental insurance to staff through corporate policies as well as providing individual cover. The event offers the opportunity to interact with various corporate groups participating in Tough Mudder, giving DeCare a chance to network with potential clients.

DeCare Dental will return to Tough Mudder Ireland 2017

Corporate Wellness

Nowadays, companies are putting a much higher emphasis on corporate wellness for their staff. Non-competitive team-based events like Tough Mudder are ideal ways to encourage staff to keep healthy while having fun.

Employee Morale

Tough Mudder courses are designed to encourage teamwork. Individuals work together and help each other through the various obstacles, making it an ideal team-building exercise.

Tough Mudder and DeCare

Commenting on the sponsorship, DeCare Marketing Manager Sinead Kenny said, “This is the third year that DeCare have partnered with Tough Mudder and we’re really excited about returning as this year we will have a team of our own staff participating, so it will make the weekend even more enjoyable for us.”

Ray O’Connor from, an avid marathon runner who operates Tough Mudder Ireland, commented, ‘Tough Mudder is so different to a running event where you are basically on your own and against the clock. Tough Mudder is all about camaraderie. It’s difficult, that’s for sure: ice cold water, electric shocks, heights, enclosed spaces, whatever your fear, we have an obstacle to test it.’

For more information on corporate group bookings or corporate partnerships please email

TMHQ Ireland

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