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Make Santa Real For Your Children This Holiday Season

He's making a list, he's checking it twice, he's gonna find out who's naughty or nice, Santa Claus is coming, to town...



Remember that song?


Well, as Christmas closes in on us, if your children are as excited as I'm imagining they are to see the big guy in the red suit, I highly recommend that you make him real for your kiddos with the most amazing Portable Northpole. All you do is answer a few personal questions for the family members you want to delivery the message to and they will customize a Santa greeting just for them.

And have a kid at heart in mind? There are even messages customized for adults even, in addition to kids, that you can share. And the coolest part about the Portable Northpole is that they donate 5% of all proceeds to kids in over 40 children's hospitals all over the world (they've donated over $150,000 so far!).

Check out how you can introduce Santa to your children and to that child at heart by visiting this link here (for FREE along with opportunities for a premium video!)

I have been compensated in exchange for this post in the form of free product.

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  1. This sounds like a wonderful idea! I will have to check it out.

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  2. This is a fun idea. Guess there is always next year.

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  3. Wish I had seen this earlier because I would have for sure done it for my little niece. But I will bookmark them and hopefully they will be around next year! Thanks for the heads up.

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