Fast Facts
Some brief facts about the World Snow Day websites and organisers
The World Snow Day website has become a hive of activity in the past month. With the launch of the TV spot on Eurosport and through our media partners the European Broadcasting Union and Infront Sports & Media, and many other activities in the media, the website has seen a huge influx of traffic in the last month. Here are a few fast statistics from the campaign so far:

227 organisers in 39 countries.

The website has had over 169,584 visits to the website since its launch.

In December the website had 22,653 whilst January saw 119,795 unique visitors.

The Youtube channel has had over 10,000 views since its launch in late December

The World Snow Day Facebook page has had more than 37,000 visits.

Switzerland had the most amount events with 40 events in 38 locations around the country

At the conclusion of the first World Snow Day the World Snow Day team will release another series of statistics. We hope you can all celebrate with the Organizers on World Snow Day and we look forward to celebrating with all of you as well.


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