Arrangements for the National Snow Show at the NEC in Birmingham on 23-24 October 2021 continue to gather pace with a host of top names from the world of ski and snowboarding already signed up to take part if what is now the only major UK wintersport exhibition this year.
Dynastar and Lange are among of the latest names to join the line-up and visitors will be able to take advantage of special show offers on the equipment in conjunction with The Ski Exchange.
The latest Skis and Boots from Dynastar and Lange will be available including the all new XT3 Tour boots, New M-Line skis, Touring skis and all mountain ranges of skis and boots
Show organisers, Racoon Events, have been busy securing attractive discounts for skiers and snowboarders both before and during the event itself.
Their arrangement with SnowDome to sponsor an indoor slope and providing expert coaching at the show, also included the opportunity for skiers and snowboarders to get a 35% discount off summer activities at the SnowDome in Tamworth.
Visitors to the National Snow Show will be offered the chance to try a free Fulfil bar sample.
They contain 15g of protein but less than 2g of sugar making them an ideal snack for keeping you going on the slopes. Each Fulfil bar contains nine essential vitamins which the manufacturers say will support your immune system and boost energy levels.
For a run down of the activities and attractions, and details on how to get tickets, go to the show’s website at: nationalsnowshow.com
London Ski Show revival postponed until next year
Plans to revive the London Ski & Snowboard Festival at Battersea in October have been put on hold until 2022.
Daily Telegraph events, which previously hosted the festival, announced it was closing down the annual show along with the Daily Telegraph ski and snowboard magazine several months ago.
The Smart Group revealed it was planning to host the festival at the same venue in October this year, but the organisers issued a statement which said: “Unfortunately, we will be postponing the London Ski and Snowboard Festival 2021 until 2022.
“Despite promising commitments from exhibitors and some of the industry’s leading brands, the impact of the extension of covid restrictions and uncertainty surrounding travel over the coming months means we have taken the decision to postpone until October 2022.”