Sioux City, IA (PRWEB) December 20, 2006
Beginning at 12 p.m. on Sunday, December 24, 2006, children will be able to track Santa by visiting http://www.SantaSpeaking.com to view a CGI Animated videos of Santa and his sleigh, including the 'live' Departure from the North Pole, as well as arrival in NYC, and arrival into San Francisco.
SantaSpeaking.com provides families a way to keep the spirit of Santa live through entertainment surrounding the Christmas Season and Santa Claus.
In addition to broadcasting the North Pole Departure Santa Tracker, at SantaSpeaking.com, children can track Santa closely throughout the night, keeping stats on the number of cookies Santa has consumed, how fast Santa's sleigh is going and many other entertaining details.
Parents can also schedule Santa to call and leave pre-recorded Arrival Messages from Santa's Sleigh, for kids that really want to be 'in the know' about where Santa is on Christmas Eve and when he might arrive. For $17.95, families will receive 5 hours of entertaining messages from Santa himself.
This year kids will hear messages about high-tech equipment on Santa's Sleigh Tracker that Santa himself is just getting used to. Messages begin at 4pm as Santa starts his journey and evolve into a fast paced cliff hanger adventure involving reports from 'North Pole Central' and even a plea from Mrs. Claus to the children to help Santa on his journey. The Arrival Messages end with a warning that Santa is in their neighborhood, children had better hurry to bed.
In addition to tracking Santa on Christmas Eve, Children can visit http://www.SantaSpeaking.com throughout the year to play holiday games, check out the weather at the North Pole, read Santa's blog, watch the reindeer cam, and read the North Pole Gossiper. Parents can also schedule live personalized phone calls from Santa at SantaSpeaking.com.
For more details about SantaSpeaking.com's agenda for Christmas Eve, visit the online press kit at http://www.SantaSpeaking.Presskit247.com. Members of the media can get a preview of what can be expected from this year's Santa Tracker by request.