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The dates for 2nd edition of World Snow Day
While the resorts of the southern hemisphere enjoy their winter the northern hemisphere is hard at work organising for the 2012/2013 season through meetings, contracts and event concepts. To help people with planning the World Snow Day, we would like to announce some preliminary dates for the second edition of the event. Grab a pen, open your diary or planner and write down these dates:

1st July 2012
Opening of registration – preliminary date subject to change

15th December 2012
Deadline for Organiser Registration.

20th January 2013
2nd edition of World Snow Day.

15th February 2013
Deadline to submit Event Report.
Please note that unlike the first year the event closing date of the 15th December 2012 will be strictly adhered to in order to allow for preparations of the media campaign.
If you are an existing organiser don’t miss out on being a World Snow Day organiser for the 2nd edition and if you are World Snow Day participant stay tuned to the website to see what events are going to be taking place in your country.


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