Tips For Your Santa Visit
- Special Requests - this is your visit. Santa will do all in his power to make it special for you and
- Designate A Helper - to coordinate arrival, parking, presents to be carried in by Santa, his
- Have Gifts Ready - labeled, easy to read, they should fit into a 35 gal. size bag. Additional or
- Reserve Parking - Santa is a senior, his suit is hot even in December, a short walk insures a fresh arrival.
- Check Location - an interesting background such as Christmas tree, un-lit fire place, Christmas
chair for others to gather for group photos. Make sure lighting is adequate for Santa to read the
Christmas story and package names.
- Sturdy Chair - a straight back works best for Santa to sit up comfortably and be able to place a
- Cameras Ready - batteries fully charged, lots of film, tape, or disks available.
- His Arrival - Make sure you give Santa your cell phone number, he will call five minutes
- The Visit - Most visits last for an hour or less. The number of children present determines what
- His Departure - Usually after the gifts are opened the children's interest shift from Santa to what
Payment Envelope or Card - it is never appropriate to hand cash or check to Santa where others can see.