Make Your Children Smile This Christmas With a Personalized Magic Letter Sent to Them … From a Black Santa Claus

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A new website,, offers personalized letters mailed to children before Christmas from a black Santa Claus. It is set to become a favorite with African Americans who celebrate Christmas.

Every year as a child you watched your parents go above the call of duty to make the Christmas holidays the most anticipated, precious, and memorable time of the year. Now it is your time to continue the tradition with your children, grandchildren, and loved ones. Here is a wonderful tip to add excitement to your holiday season … send a child a personalized letter - from Black Santa!

A new website,, offers personalized letters from a black Santa Claus and his elf helpers. It is set to become a favorite with African Americans who celebrate Christmas. Anyone, especially parents, can visit this specially designed website and enter children’s names, friends or siblings, hometowns, gifts from wish lists, accomplishments, and more. Culturally designed letters, with images of Black Santa and elves, print with the information given and are mailed to the children in matching envelopes postmarked from the North Pole.    

Children feel special when they read their names and other unique things about them in a personalized letter. Even if a child does not believe in Santa, it is still fun to receive a letter addressed directly to them from the North Pole. This is a great way to show children how much adults truly listen to them and their dreams.

"Getting the right wording, images, and style for the letters took a lot of thought," says Jeffery Bradley, webmaster and creator. "It was important to set the right tone for African American children of all ages. Also, we wanted to make sure the website is professional and a fun experience for visitors. I think we did a great job,” he said.

Black Santa will deliver the letters one to two weeks before Christmas. For more information and download a free Black Santa Magic Letter, visit is an online service owned and operated by NetNia Publishing, (, located at 7311 Caillet Street, Dallas, Texas 75209.


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