THE TORONTO SKI + SNOWBOARD SHOW KICKS OFF WINTER 2019
47 years of experience in getting people excited about winter
With chilly weather in the air and snow in the not too distant future, it’s time for Canadians to embrace our ever-changing seasons. From ski and snowboard enthusiasts who can’t wait to hear about the latest winter trends, people who want to lean how to ski and snowboard to families who want to get the best deals on winter activities and gear, the show is ready to help people of all skill levels embrace winter.
From November 7-10, 2019 The International Centre in Mississauga will again play host for an expected 30,000 winter lovers to get informed about the latest-and-greatest products, consider travel opportunities, find great deals with the many retail exhibitors, or participate in Canada’s biggest ski and snowboard swap. This is a great show to gear up for winter, book your winter holiday or simply be surrounded by people who love the cooler months.
“The Toronto Ski + Snowboard show is, simply put, the official start of winter,” said Paul Pinchbeck, President and CEO of the Canadian Ski Council. “This is the one-stop shop for everything related to skiing and snowboarding, from getting the newest gear to booking the best deals on travel, this is where skiers and snowboarders come to be together and enjoy all things related to their passions.”
In addition to the equipment, travel and retail exhibitors, the Toronto Ski + Snowboard Show will have a number of interactive elements that the entire family can enjoy.
Stay tuned to learn more about some of the exciting things we have in store for 2019 and why the Toronto Ski + Snowboard Show is the official start to winter!
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About the Toronto Snow Show
The Toronto Ski + Snowboard Show, the largest ski and snowboard Show of its kind in Canada, formerly the Toronto Snow Show, will be held at the International Centre. The Show is produced by the Canadian National Sportsmen’s Shows (CNSS) and the Canadian Ski Council. It is dedicated to preserving and supporting the Canadian ski industry.
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