World Snow Day seeks to engage as many children as possible around the world in winter sports through a series of events occurring simultaneously around the world. Thanks to some incredible Organizers, the first edition of World Snow Day had 39 countries participate and the message about World Snow Day began to spread. To aid the process the World Snow Day now features a small but powerful new function on the website. The Google Translate tool at the bottom of the World Snow Day website enables viewers to read the website in a multitude of languages.
90% of the website can be translated including the individual Final Reports from organizers of the 1st Edition of World Snow Day 1st Edition of World Snow Day.Moreover the two vital documents in the World Snow Day campaign - the Event Planning Manual and Event Ideas Guidecan now be downloaded in seven languages: English, German, French, Russian, Chinese, Spanish and now Italian!
Telling the message about World Snow Day and achieving the goal to bring more children to the snow has now become easier, so start spreading the word. 20th January 2013 is World Snow Day!
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