Key West Seaplanes® and WEOW 92.7 Sponsor "Santa Tracking" Again
Florida Keys, FL (PRWEB) December 24, 2014
Key West Seaplanes® the region's elite seaplane charter service joins again with WEOW 92.7 to sponsor the official Santa Tracking Radio Show and flight. Beginning 6:00 PM EST through 9:00 PM EST listeners in The Florida Keys can look to the skies for what appears to be Rudolph's red nose ahead of Santa's sleigh.
Almost 20 years ago, a local radio station personality, Rudey ( aka, "Rude Girl") started a promotion enabling children in the lower Florida Keys to look overhead on Christmas Eve to have a chance to spot a red light, appearing to be Rudolph's red nose flying over the Keys. Local legend has it that Santa tests his radar equipment over The Florida Keys before delivering toys to all the children of the world.
Key West Seaplanes® pilots, Nikali Pontecorvo and Julie Ann Floyd have been involved for many years with Pilot Nikali being involved since the start of Rudey's tradition. Pilot Floyd has been involved since 2003.
Pilot Floyd shares, "We at Key West Seaplanes® give our time every year on Christmas Eve to help make a tradition for kids all through The Keys. I remember as a child growing up how much it meant that a local fire department helped to "track" Santa by announcing his "location" on a scanner my dad had as a volunteer fireman. I like to think we create the same magic for kids today that I had many years ago".
Key West Seaplanes® sponsors this event each year now for a number of years and WEOW 92.7 hosts a radio show specifically announcing the location of the red light up in the sky that really appears to be Rudolph's red nose. Listeners will enjoy a blend of Christmas songs and callers phoning in to report sightings of what appears to be Santa's sleigh.
Key West Seaplanes® is based in Key West and the exclusive charter company provides custom, private seaplane charters to Little Palm Island, all The Bahamas and Caribbean as well as all the mainland of Florida and beyond. The company's fleet of seaplanes are all amphibious, meaning they can land on water and also on land which offers the greatest versatility to travelers looking to escape to a tropical destination.