Registration has opened for the 2019 edition of World Snow Day designed to encourage ski resorts, ski and snowboard schools, tourism organisations, national ski and snowboard associations, Government and Non-Government bodies to promote snow sport by organising events.
It is claimed the buzz for this latest edition will be stronger as organisers will be racing to be the first event to register and thus claim the "Line Honors" title.
"Line Honors" is part of the World Snow Day Awards programme along with the titles of Best World Snow Day, Best Small World Snow Day and Most Creative.
The World Snow Day Awards recognise the best actions to bring children to the snow.
They were first presented in 2017 with "Line Honors" going to German town Oberstdorf, an International Ski Federation World Cup and World Championship organiser.
In an act of generosity, Oberstdorf went one step further and donated their prize of CHF1,000 (£767/$1,004/€866) to the local ski club.
To register for the 2019 World Snow Day - scheduled to be held on January 20 - and be in the running for "Line Honors", organisers need to complete the application form.
Registration is due to remain open until December 15.
Earlier this year, the FIS published a report detailing the success of the 2018 World Snow Day.
The seventh edition of the day took place on January 21, with 523 events having been organised worldwide.
FIS President Gian Franco Kasper claimed the day proved a strong success as the world governing body looks to attract children to snow sport.
The report revealed that 89 per cent of World Snow Day organisers intend to stage an event in 2019.