NORTH POLE - If your kids are hoping to hear from Santa this year, you have time to set up a message from the North Pole.
Every year, the U.S. Postal service allows holiday letters or cards to be stamped with Santa as the sender.
But if you want that stamp, you must do the following steps by Monday December 10.
You simply put a card or letter from “Santa” in an envelope with first class mail stamps with the return address as “SANTA, NORTH POLE. Place that in a larger envelope addressed to North Pole Postmark Postmaster, 41-41 Postmark Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99530.
There are 48 post offices in all with holiday related names. You can see the full list at USPS.com.
Looking for other options? How about an email from Santa?
Send a special video message from Santa himself, courtesy of PNP - Portable North Pole (http://www.portablenorthpole.com/).
Just tell Santa whether your favorite kiddos have been naughty or nice and what they want for Christmas and he'll send a very merry message via email.
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