Employees and volunteers at NORAD will be manning the phones on Christmas Eve 2011 as people all over the world rely on these people to tell them “Where is Santa Claus?”
on 12/25/2011 – Made popular on 12/25/2011
It’s almost Christmas, and that means we can start getting excited about waiting for Santa to drop presents down the chimney. Google is obviously in the Christmas spirit, as they’re started up a page where you can check in on Santa every day to see how his Christmas preparations are going.
To send you off into the final weekend before Christmas, T-Mobile has posted a Vine that shows what AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint are going to get for Christmas. One by one, the jolliest man in the world gives the aforementioned group coal! After he finishes dropping the coal into their stockings, he reveals himself.
If you can recall, Samsung’s Christmas video last year was… naughty. Well, that isn’t what they’re going for this year. It is back on the nice list. Santa Claus is holding his Santa’s Big Christmas Secret 2013 presentation for his elves.
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NORAD began tracking Santa in 1955, when a newspaper ad misprinted a call-in number for Santa. Instead of Santa, callers got the crew commander on duty at the Continental Air Defense Command Air Operations Center – the predecessor to NORAD – in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The crew commander went with it, telling his staff to give callers Santa’s official location.
Samsung has certainly stepped up its advertising budget in the past few years and is ramping things up for the holidays as we’ve already seen. To add to their holiday repertoire, Samsung has redone their humorous, yet slightly suggestive, S-Beam commercial with a cheery Christmas theme.