Chris Groeschke, 57, keeps a mailbox at a USPS store in Las Vegas so that children can send in their wish lists, and he will reply with a card “from the North Pole.” When he sees people doing good deeds in the area, he hands them poker chips with an image of a happy-looking Santa on one side. (The other side shows a grumpy-looking Santa, and if you’re handed one with that side up, then you’ve probably been “naughty.”) And to top it all off, his car’s Nevada license plate reads “SANTA1.”
It's so sad. I remember fondly my times on Santa's lap. These days, they are just phoning it in. It's really not worth it anymore. They don't provide excitement or the wonderment of Christmas for our kids any more.
I have known Santa Thomas Tolbert for 34 years. He has always been a wonderful caring person with a heart of gold. It's no wonder that he is Santa Claus. I am very blessed to know him.
I had the pleasure of working with Santa Scott (slide #5) on several children's events. His smile is contagious! He's kind, generous and the most jovial Santa I've ever met. Way to go, Santa Scott! All your hard work is finally paying off.
Does Jonathan Meath, as Santa, swim in his full Santa suit? Or does he have a special Santa swimsuit? Is there a video of him sliding down the ice sculpture?