Half Moon Bay, Calif. (PRWEB) November 28, 2005
An anonymous private family in Northern California, is proud to share with children of all ages around the world http://www.saintnick.org to promote spreading the spirit of Christmas and community on the Internet.
This non-commercial holiday Web site, http://www.saintnick.org, appeals to children of all ages and their parents seeking online communication with Santa Claus and who are interested in Christmas-themed infotainment. Visitors to the St. Nick Web site can send their Christmas lists to Santa and receive a personalized e-mails back from the "big guy", play holiday trivia games, listen their favorite Christmas tunes, share their favorite traditions and recipes, learn about the magic of Santa's one-night trip around the world and more.
With over 2 billion children worldwide, the St. Nick Web site provides an interactive forum for children from around the world to enjoy and experience the spirit of Christmas. This non-commercial Web site intends to rekindle the original spirit of community and giving for which the Internet once stood.
"We simply do not have as much time to contribute to our community as we would like during the holiday season," said one of the elves (speaking on the condition of anonymity). "Instead, we decided to make http://www.saintnick.org an annual holiday volunteer project for our family, leveraging our creative and technical talents for others to enjoy."
"What makes http://www.saintnick.org unique is that it's one of the very few non-commercial Christmas Web sites on the Internet that really focuses on the true spirit of Christmas," said yet another enthusiastic elf.
Now in its eighth year of rekindling the spirit of Christmas over the Internet, http://www.saintnick.org received approximately one million hits per day last year in December with 35% of the traffic coming from children around the world.
Web Site Overview
St. Nick's Mailbox: Get an e-mail from Santa and subscribe to a newsletter to learn about great holiday recipes, crafts, and updates from the North Pole.
Reindeer Games: Start an email snowball battle with your friends.
Around The World: Learn about recipes and traditions from around the world and send St. Nick some of your own.
Tunes: Listen to your favorite traditional Holiday songs.
North Pole Central: Learn about Santa's physics and his trip around the world.
About The Elves
During the rest of the year when the elves are not creating interactive Christmas festivities for children worldwide to enjoy, the elves are working for a living in Silicon Valley.