Santa Claus with a Real Beard

 

 

This Holiday let Abracadabra arrange to have the Real Santa appear at your Christmas Party. Great photos and great fun! Santa is available for photo studios, parades, corporate parties, private parties, video messages, personalized video messages, telephone calls from Santa, pre schools, tree lightings, print ads, tv commercials, web ads, web videos, and appearances not in the Christmas season.

Yes it’s a real beard, and Santa is Jolly and full of Fun as you would expect Santa to be. You and your guests will know you made the right choice as soon as you see him.

Santa can travel anywhere as you know, but Santa starts out in Cincinnati, Ohio USA, serving the surrounding areas in northern Kentucky and eastern Indiana. Book early or you will likely not fit in his busy schedule.

Get our FREE Santa app called My Santa Connection. It has a Naughty\Nice detector and is available from the Play Store for all android devices and from itunes for all apple devices. The app has a puzzle for children and one for adults and teens. You will find more Santa pictures and a short video from Santa. Have fun with this app all year long. Everyone wants to know which list they are on and now it is possible to find out with the detector. It’s Santa’s gift to you!

Tips and Hints for Santa’s Visit 

Make sure your batteries are fully charged and that you have all the film, video – tape, digital media, etc. to take all the photos you want or need.  Have your gifts ready!  If Santa is to make his entrance with gifts, they should be labeled, easy to read, and fit into a 35 gallon plastic bag. Don’t use tags as they fall off.  Use a marker to write the names large and legible on the gifts.  Prior arrangements could be made before the visit to get the gifts to Santa. Timing is everything, as Santa will be with you for a limited amount of time.  Santa will call the designated coordinator just before his arrival.  That’s your cue to get everyone together, maybe sing a Christmas song or two.

Reserve a special parking place for Santa.  It should be as close as possible to where he is appearing.  And remember, Santa is a senior citizen.  If he parks down the street or around the corner and has to walk all the way to your home, or office, he might be a bit winded or exhausted, when he gets there.  Also remember, he’s wearing a heavy suit that gets very hot, (even in December).  A fan close to where he will be sitting, and ice water with a straw, would be greatly appreciated by Santa also.

If your event is at a home, leave an opening at the end of your driveway.  Just put up a temporary barrier in the space.  Use a gift wrapped box, a chair or a sawhorse to hold the spot.  Have some fun and put a sign out “Reserved for Santa”!

If your event is at a company facility, office building or hotel, try to make arrangements for Santa to park in a valet or loading area.  Again you can mark the area with a fun sign.  This makes it easier for him to be fresh and ready to bring joy to your guests.  Folding chairs and low chairs do not work well for Santa as Santa needs a cushioned, soft seat.  Stage some great photos by placing Santa’s chair near your Christmas tree or other holiday setting.  Your photos will have more impact if the background has a festive look.  Think about photos with everyone, old and young alike.  Santa can stand up for a “buddy” photo with teens and adults if they are too “shy” to sit with Santa.  If there is a balance or payment due to Santa, please place it inside a Christmas card or envelope.  It is never appropriate to hand cash to Santa.  So, as Santa is departing, hand him the envelope and say, “Thank you, Santa, here is a Christmas card from all of us to you.”  This is how lasting memories of your family and friends are made and captured forever.  I am looking forward to bring some magic and fun to your Yuletide event so you may get to keep the treasured memories of your Santa visit forever.

All my Love and Best Wishes Forever,

Santa Claus

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