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The second half is where dreams are made


Catch up with Andrew Cholinski at the half way mark of the season
Bring Children to the Snow has reached the half way mark of a season that has already exceeded expectations. SnowKidz caught up with campaign Coordinator Andrew Cholinski to get his insights.

We have reached the half way mark, how are we looking:

In short, excellent. World Snow Day was a huge hit with over 470 events, Canada has claimed the title off Norway for the “Worlds Largest Kids Snow program/event”, we have received two new partners in the form of TechnoAlpin and Sovetsky Sport, we gave away a family trip to the Alpine World Ski Championships thanks to Eurosport, we are working on bringing back a previous partner and we are on track for another season of over 1000 actions/events

Moving into the 2nd half, what should we expect:

The 2nd half is where the SnowKidz program shines. At the end of January and beginning of February we see the big tours kicking off including Kids on Snow in Germany, Everyone on Snow (SWE), Lasten Lumipäivät (FIN), FaMigros Ski Days (SUI) as well as the continuation of the Grade 4 and 5 Pass program in Canada. In addition we will be announcing the winners of the 1st World Snow Day Awards

The World Snow Day Awards look very promising, what should we be aware of:

The Awards are open to all 2017 World Snow Day Event Organisers. Organisers need only complete their event reports and there is a total prize pool of $18’000 on the line. The Awards will provide further recognition to those who have put in great effort to bring children to the snow.

Thank you Andrew for your time. We wish you and the team all the best in the 2nd half.

For full World Snow Day Awards information click here.

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