Saturday, December 24

NORAD tracking Santa Claus: call them toll-free

Till the moment the mainstream media claims that this year NORAD is receiving numerous phone calls, e-mails and the tracking is a success in Facebook and Twitter.
I just took a look at Google Earth and did these pictures and learned that it all started in 1955 and they are keeping the tradition.
This is something very strange for me but if you want you can call toll-free to know where is Santa or when will he be at your town.
Remember that if you didn't behave... no gifts for you!
As explained at this post NORAD stands for "North American Aerospace Defense Command. Military" and having both Santa Claus and NORAD at the same phrase is weird but that's the way it is.
You can also call NORAD for the latest news of Santa’s flight. The NORAD Tracks Santa Operations Center will be open from 6 a.m. today to 5 a.m. on Christmas. Call 1-877-HI-NORAD (1-877-446-6723) toll-free
Merry Christmas!
NORAD Tracks Santa relies on corporate sponsorship, and is financed by neither American nor Canadian taxpayers


Jan Bierens said...

Well... Good to know the tax payers money is being used for something fun... ;)

Ana said...

No, the last paragraph says that it's corporations that sponsor.
Google in this case... hehe