How To Get A Letter From Santa

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How cool would it be to have your child receive their own personal letter from Santa at the North Pole, with an Official North pole stamp?  This year the United States Postal Service is doing just that.  If you want your child to receive a letter from Santa, you must act fast and follow these instructions.  

-Have your child write their letter to Santa

-When not with your child, write or Type out a response to your child from Santa.  This should be personal, addressing him/her by name, talking about accomplishments, or perhaps misbehaving.  Put this in a self addressed (your child’s name and address) stamped envelope,  with the return address, “Santa, North Pole”.

-Place both envelopes, child’s letter to Santa, and return letter in a large envelope, preferably a priority mail flat rate envelope with appropriate postage and Mail to:

“North Pole Postmark, Postmaster, 4141 Postmark Drive, Anchorage, AK 99530-9998”

-Your child will receive the “letter from Santa, with an official “North Pole” postmark!  Remember, the letters you’re including are from Santa, not mom & dad.  Using some cute Christmas Stationery would be awesome!

Letters MUST be received in Alaska by 12/15/15, so get to writing!

 

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