The World Snow Day Live Profile system has been a great tool for the event Organizers to show the world their events and to provide information about their event details and location etc. But the celebration of World Snow Day doesn’t come to an abrupt halt after 22nd January 2012. The Live Profile system will change from informing to reporting. The World Snow Day Organizers 2012 will be posting reports of their events. They will be sharing videos and photos and to help them out we encourage all participants to the events to dress up, have fun and celebrate the snow as best as they can. If you would also like to submit photos or videos please feel free to contact your local Organizer and submit your great material.
In addition to the reports FIS will be releasing an overall report of the event. The report will contain statistics, facts, figures, and plenty of other useful information from the event. From the 23rd January 2012 the World Snow Day team will begin collecting and analyzing statistics. Stay tuned for an exact release date of the report.
Finally you too can become a part of the report for the inaugural World Snow Day. The World Snow Day team has been drawing on years of FIS event organization experience, but we still have room to improve. As many of you may have seen on the website there are a series of polls in different locations. With the click of a button on these polls you can provide us with valuable information. To allow for more in depth feedback we will be soon launching a questionnaire to complete online. The questionnaire takes 3-5 minutes to fill out and provides us with valuable information to improve the event. The questionnaire is anonymous so we will be looking at the information provided not who typed it.
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