World Snow Day has been established to benefit many different stakeholders in the snow industry. Already from the 1st edition of World Snow Day, it is clear that different types of Organizations including National Ski Associations, tourism organizations, ski and snowboard resorts, private event organizing bodies, ski and snowboard clubs, manufactures and retailers and ski and snowboard schools are using their creativity and resources to craft unique events to bring more children to the snow. The commitment from all of the Organizers has also created a great opportunity for companies not directly related to the snow industry to partner with event Organizers.
Each World Snow Day Organizer is armed with a number of different tools to make partnering easy. Firstly, all of the World Snow Day Organisers must register online. If you would like to partner with an event and require verification of an event Organizer, do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Secondly, all registered Organizers have access to the World Snow Day Toolkit. The Toolkit contains an array of templates from beach flags, banners and tents to powerpoint presentations and brochures and more. All of the items in the Toolkit have large areas for partner logos whilst showing event participants that it’s World Snow Day. Thirdly, each registered organizer has a Live Profile on the World Snow Day website which can be found by clicking the Event Locator. The Live Profiles can be viewed by the general public all around the world and contain a description of the event, the contact details to the event Organizer and a specific area for event Organizers to display logos of partners. Moreover logos in the partner area can be linked to partner websites. Finally, each Organiser is in charge of their partners. What level of partnership an Organization has with the event is up to the Organizer themselves.
World Snow Day Organizers are well equipped to work with partners. Don’t miss out events are getting partnered up quickly!
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