(PRWEB) November 9, 2004
Santa Claus, Indiana (PRWEB) November 9, 2004 Â A small town in southern Indiana, with a population of just over 2,000 people, doesnÂt get a whole lot of attention. However, one thing they definitely have plenty of is holiday spirit and tradition. From every street name to the dÃ©cor of every building and lamp post, it is obvious that this town wasnÂt named Santa Claus by accident.
"I have three young children of my own," says Mr. Bulleit. "The absolute best part of running GreetingsFromSanta.com are all the letters I get every year from children all over the world explaining how much this letter meant to them and thanking Santa for thinking of them enough to write the letter in the first place. Not to mention the many letters and emails from parents and grandparents thanking GreetingsFromSanta.com for offering such a valuable service for their children sharing the experience with us as their child saw their letter from Santa. I also see thank you emails from grown adults sending letters to other adults as they explain the impact it made on their holidays."
Parents worldwide visit Mr. BulleitÂs web site, http://www.GreetingsFromSanta.com, to request a letter from Santa Claus to be sent to their child. By supplying their childÂs name, address and gender as well as up to three accomplishments for the year and up to three items on their wish list, they actually can completely personalize each letter. They can even choose a different stationery design and letter style for each child. This is mainly for those who are requesting a letter for multiple recipients in the same household allowing each letter to be completely different. Each letter can be previewed as itÂs created using the cleaver online letter building tool.
Each letter is written in SantaÂs handwriting and mailed from the Santa Claus post office with the commemorative postmark only available from Santa Claus, Indiana.
GreetingsFromSanta.com has been online for three years now and has more than doubled itÂs volume each year getting national attention from organizations like WomanÂs Day Magazine and iVillage.com. For more information visit http://www.GreetingsFromSanta.com.
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