Parents: Avoid the Malls This Christmas, Let Santa Come to You!

November 19, 2010

RARITAN, N.J., Nov. 19, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Anyone standing near the Santa Claus at the mall can see that the happy moment parents hope to provide for their children doesn’t always happen. Long lines, tired, crying children, and an exhausted Santa often lead to a disappointing experience. And other than a quick hello and a smile as he asks their names and poses for the pictures, what does he know about those children? Not much at all. What happened to the Santa that “sees you when you’re sleeping, and knows when you’re awake, or have been bad or good”? The one you remember from “Miracle on 34th Street.”

“Children today are very tech savvy, and smart — and taking them to sit on a man’s lap that is dressed in a Santa suit isn’t always the magical experience you hope for,” says Bob Brown, owner of SantaSpeaking.com and father of 2 Santa Believers. “For kids under 4, it can be a very frightening experience sitting on a strangers lap, and for those slightly older kids in school it can be less than believable when they expect Santa to know details like who their best friend is.”

SantaSpeaking.com provides live, interactive, personalized Santa Claus experiences that bring back all of the fun, magic, and wonder that is Santa Claus by customizing a truly believable experience that turns even skeptics into believers! Parents provide all of the reference details, and when Santa calls, he’s a kind, generous and “jolly old soul” who knows each child’s name, whether they’ve been naughty or nice, where they went on the family vacation, and for that matter, what kind of grades they got on their last report card, or how they did on their latest dance recital. And instead of the same old mediocre photo, they can get a commemorative CD of their child’s voice talking to Santa Claus, all without the stress involved in waiting in line at a busy mall for hours.

SantaSpeaking.com is part of I Believe Productions, a company owned by the husband and wife team of Bob and Linda Brown from Raritan, NJ, where they live with their two young children, Taylor and Colton. Bob and Linda have both experienced the magic of believing in miracles, having each survived individual diagnoses of cancer. It is their hope that delivering the magic of Santa may also help bring about an end to this tragic disease, and thus, a portion of all net profits will be donated to the Stand Up To Cancer organization.

    Contact: Bob Brown
    Tel: 908-448-6353
    Email: bob@santaspeaking.com


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SOURCE SantaSpeaking.com

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