2015 World Snow Awards: The Winter Sports Company has been nominated!

By fadder, 22 Sep '15 at 09:28

We’re very excited – The Winter Sports Company has been nominated for the Best UK Snowsports Tour Operator at the 2015 World Snow Awards.

VOTE FOR THE WINTER SPORTS COMPANY

Why you should vote for Winter Sports Company

“We put customers at the heart of our ski and snowboard instructor training courses. Our personal service allows clients to create their own package based on budget and time. We always listen to our customers. They wanted shorter courses, advanced training at all levels, dual certification courses and level 3 training-all added for the 2014/5 season. Also in 2014/15 we introduced exhilarating 10 day off‐piste courses culminating in a heli-skiing adventure, as suggested by clients – job done. We’ve created a family of instructors. Last year saw us assist previous clients to find work all over the world. If customers spend three weeks or a season with us, we ensure they leave with international qualifications as well as an experience of a lifetime.”

How to vote

You can vote at http://www.worldsnowawards.co.uk/public-voting/
You’ll need to vote for all eligible categories. You can vote for Winter Sports Company on the second page.

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