Social Media Contest for International Mountain Day

Social Media Contest for International Mountain Day

The Canadian Mountain Network (CMN) is organizing a social media contest for International Mountain Day (IMD) 2020. CMN is organizing a social media contest for International Mountain Day (IMD) 2020, starting on November 13th and ending on IMD on December 11th, 2020 (see contest schedule below). Each week, a social media post will be published on CMN’s Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram accounts, and a prize will be awarded to participants.  Reply to the post and you could win some of the prizes below.

Contest rules

To enter the contest, participants must reply to CMN’s weekly social media contest post with a relevant photo and description, and like/follow CMN’s social media account. Only one post per contestant per social media channel will be considered for entry in the contest. The weekly contest winner will be determined by random draw after the contest deadline. Only Canadian residents are eligible to win.

The winner will receive a prize package that includes:

Some of the prizes listed above

 


Contest schedule

Week 1 – November 13th – 20th, 2020
What’s your favorite mountain book or film, and why?

The draw will take place on November 20th, 5 pm ET.

Week 2: November 20th – 27th, 2020
What’s your favourite mountain activity?

The draw will take place on November 27st, 5 pm ET.

Week 3: November 27th – December 4th
What’s your favourite recipe that focuses on mountain products and on healthy, nutritious recipes that reflect the traditions of the mountains?

The draw will take place on December 4th, 5 pm ET.

Week 4: December 4th – December 11th
What’s your favourite mountain place and why is it important to you?

The draw will take place on December 11th, 5 pm ET.


International Mountain Day

Since 2003, the United Nations has designated December 11th as “International Mountain Day” (IMD) to call attention to the world about the importance of mountains to life. IMD is dedicated to raising awareness about opportunities and challenges facing mountain regions, as well as building alliances that will bring positive change to mountain peoples and places around the world. As 50% of biodiversity hotspots are found in mountains, this year’s theme is mountain biodiversity.

Learn more about International Mountain Day:

www.internationalmountainday.ca