Outstanding Snowmobile Tourism Promotion & Development

Nominations valid only if properly completed and submitted by a BCSF member in good standing. The winners from each category will be forwarded to the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations (CCSO) nomination committee for inclusion in the Canadian Snowmobile Excellence Awards, presented at the Annual International Snowmobile Congress.

An association, business or agency nominated for an award must be in operation and/or do business in BC during the previous and current season, and have demonstrated willingness to work closely with the organized snowmobiling community to receive consideration for the BCSF Excellence Award for Outstanding Snowmobile Tourism Promotion and Development.

Only one nominee/business per submission permitted.

The recipient of this award must be a tourism operator, or not-for-profit agency, association or organization, which has shown outstanding innovation and achievement in the development and implementation of a snowmobile tourism program or original initiative that, has resulted in positive media recognition or increased participation from snowmobilers and/or non-snowmobilers. The net result is to have been a contribution to increasing the image and exposure of snowmobiling and the growth of the sport in that area, region, or community. In so doing, the recipient must have demonstrated a willingness to work closely with members of the organized snowmobiling community.

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Please email a minimum of 3 photos to accompany the nomination; you may also attach other documentation that you feel will be useful for a proper evaluation of the nominee, i.e. videos, testimonials, magazine/newspaper articles, etc. The more information that is provided will assist the committee to select the best qualified individual/organization.

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Name of the individual/business being nominated
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How long has this business, organization or agency been operating? *
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How long have they been involved in developing or promoting snowmobile tourism? *
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What is their level of involvement with the local or provincial organized snowmobiling organization? *
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Briefly outline the nature of their program or initiative. *
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How has their program or initiative had a positive impact in attracting non-local snowmobilers? *
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How has their program or initiative been successful in attracting new participants to the sport? *
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How have they been successful in raising the positive image and profile of recreational snowmobiling in your local area, province/territory, or across Canada? *
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Anything else you would like to add?
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Your contact information: *
Please include name, name of home Club, and email address
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