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25 Days to Santa's Launch

There are now just 25 days left until Santa launches from the North Pole.


For over 11 months there have been markers along the way to Santa’s launch. Now it is getting very, very close.

Today, at the 25-day mark, there are signs things are coming together at the North Pole:

1. Santa’s reindeer have completed the Reindeer Games and are in training for the big day. The only reindeer in question is Vixen, who is still recovering from surgery over the summer.

2. Santa’s Workshop has been busy all year and reports have surfaced that production appears to be on schedule or even a little bit ahead.

3. The Wrapping Department is completely caught up to the Workshop and is wrapping presents at a rate of roughly 2.4 million per hour, a new record.

4. The North Pole Post Office is processing tens of millions of letters and wish lists for Santa each day. They too report an on-time performance so far.

Santa’s sleigh continues to perform above expectations. There are rumors things are going so well that the test flights might end early this year.

For more news and information about Santa’s sleigh, please listen to the North Pole Radio News report in the player above.

Elf Harold Star



Santa's Launch

4 replies
  1. Elf Ulan
    Elf Ulan says:

    Thank you, Elf Harold. Happy Operation Merry Christmas! I pray for Vixen to recover fully and fly well on Christmas Eve! I’m glad to hear others go well this year! I didn’t know Elf Petey was the test pilot! I learned that a lot of the elves were pilots, and now they help the test flights immensely. That’s why Santa’s sleigh can fly faster! I wonder if Elf Crash’s sleigh also will be able to fly faster to report Santa!
    Thank you, Elves Frank and Crash; I look forward to hearing your following reports!! XD

  2. Elf Maurice
    Elf Maurice says:

    i did the math and at that rate they could wrap about 1.4 Billion presents between now and take off.Merry Christmas.

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