Tiger eyes displayed on the facade of St Pancras International rail station, London

Are you ready to make Tiger Tracks in 2013?

EIA is pleased and proud to announce its involvement in what promises to be the world’s biggest tiger conservation event of next year.

Tiger Tracks is being organised by Save Wild Tigers and will be hosted by St Pancras International rail station, in London, from March 1-21, 2013.

Save Wild Tigers is a coalition set up by Simon Clinton, of The Clinton Partnership, to benefit EIA and Born Free Foundation, with a mission to raise awareness of the critical plight of the wild tiger and to generate funds to support global yet targeted tiger conservation programmes throughout tiger range countries.

During its three weeks, Tiger Tracks will feature tiger-themed activities, promotions, music, entertainment and an international tiger-themed photographic exhibition in the stunning Grade 1 listed building. Many retailers, restaurants and bars at St Pancras International will be joining in, so look out for exciting promotions for all the family to enjoy and take part in.

The event will culminate with an exclusive champagne reception and Black Tie Gala dinner at the five-star St Pancras Renaissance Hotel on March 21. With significant celebrity & media attendance, without doubt this will be “The night of the year. The cause of a lifetime.”

Look out for updates on all the exciting activities and events during March 2013 at St Pancras International – please spread the word because the clock is ticking, with just 10 years left to save the wild tiger.