Friday, December 5, 2014

Portable North Pole Keeps Santa Traditions Alive This Holiday


Keep Kids on Best Behavior with Personalized Messages from Santa via Smartphone or Online

Every child wishes for a personal visit from Santa Claus, and now there’s an easy way to fulfill their dream. Portable North Pole (PNP), in its seventh year as a favorite family holiday tradition in over 180 countries, now offers free personalized video messages from Santa that parents can create on their smartphone or computer. With PNP, every child can have a special moment with jolly Saint Nick as he prepares his present-packed sleigh for the big Christmas Eve trip.

Projected to reach over 100 million views worldwide this year, PNP’s beloved holiday experience is available for anyone to create free personalized video messages online or with the free Portable North Pole mobile app for iOS and coming to Android (Available Dec. 4). You can customize it with your child’s picture, age, where they live, gifts they want most and more, making the experience truly unique. Plus, a verdict machine leaves kids riveted as they wait for the important answer: are they on Santa’s Naughty or Nice list?

The mobile apps offer fun extras such as an advent calendar with daily surprises and funny footage from Santa’s Village of the elves getting into trouble during chores. Visit online for bedtime stories, activities, and videos to answer even the most curious child’s questions about the magic of Christmas.

PNP also offers a Premium Video option for $3.99, so you can upload up to five pictures, access more unique audio and video options, and three storylines. Plus, the Unlimited Holiday Pass, at $9.99, allows you to create as many Premium video messages as you want, receive unlimited phone calls from Santa, unlock a special Christmas Eve video message, and synchronize your messages between the web and mobile devices. There are even grown up versions for big kids too!

In the spirit of giving, PNP donates five percent of all web sales to kids hospitals around the world. Last year, they raised more than $US75,000 for charity, and their goal is $100,000 in 2014.

For more information, please visit Portable North Pole at

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