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Using Facebook and Twitter, Moe Snow Keeps Visitors Updated on Available
Discounted Packages and Current Snow Conditions

TORONTO –  While Winter doesn’t officially arrive until next week, many of
New Hampshire’s ski resorts are open for business with early season skiing
and snowboarding in full swing, according to Moe Snow,  local
spokes-snowball for the New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism

“Many of New Hampshire’s ski resorts are offering top-notch conditions, even
this early in the season,” said Moe Snow.  “With several snow storms rolling
through the region last week dumping nearly a foot of fresh snow, and with
chilly snow-making weather in the forecast for later this week, it’s shaping
up to be a great holiday vacation week.  Check out my website
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the latest holiday deals and promotions!”

Moe Snow and his virtual family were introduced at the Boston Ski &
Snowboard Expo in Boston on November 19, as part of the state’s launch of
its winter promotion with Ski NH. As the unofficial guide to “all things
winter in New Hampshire,” Moe Snow and his virtual family – Constance, Joey,
and Powder — will keep visitors to New Hampshire updated on all the on- and
off-slope activities and great deals throughout the winter season.

According to Chris Ryall, Canadian Representative for the New Hampshire
Division of Travel and Tourism Development, Moe Snow’s Facebook page
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been a big hit, offering updates and discussions on what’s new and
noteworthy.  Moe Snow also has his own Twitter account
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often promotes specials through text messaging.  Moe Snow also provides
links to resources and posts videos showing current snow conditions in New

“With many Canadians heading off for the holidays, we’re excited about
having Moe Snow keep our winter visitors informed and entertained about the
variety of activities available in New Hampshire, both on and off the slopes
during the winter,” said Ryall.   “With the Canadian dollar almost at par,
no sales tax in New Hampshire, and many inns, hotels and resorts offering
incredible deals, New Hampshire is an affordable getaway this winter.”

New Hampshire’s Division of Travel and Tourism Development’s partner Ski NH
( – which includes all the winter snow resorts and attractions
in the state – is thrilled to be a part of this fun and engaging program
which allows all of our partners to easily stay in touch with our winter
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includes listings of off slope activities, on slope activities, special
promotions, winter resources, Ski NH video, and event listings.

“With 39 alpine and cross-country ski areas, over 35 terrain parks, 11
snowtubing parks and 7,000 miles of snowmobile
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New Hampshire is the place to be,” said Moe Snow.  “I can show you where to
find every type of snowy conditions within this great state, from freshly
fallen powder to groomed corduroy moguls and everything in between. And one
of the best things about skiing and riding in New Hampshire is the great
value. You’ll get more for your money here with affordable
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To find out more about New Hampshire or to receive a free visitor’s guide,
call               1-800-FUN-IN-NH         1-800-FUN-IN-NH (386-4664) or visit  <> Canadian travel trade and media may call               1-888-423-3995         1-888-423-3995, or
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