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Montreal Families

Kids can receive a personalized message from Santa

Children wishing for a special visit from Santa Claus can fulfill their dream through videos and calls of the Portable North Pole (PNP).

My kids have been receiving these personalized videos since they were still small enough to fit into the boxes their gifts came in. Even though they’re now 9 and 14, the tradition continues and the countdown to Christmas is on.

PNP has been offering free personalized video messages from the Big Guy himself since 2008 and it is the number one Santa app globally — with more than 11 million downloads and over 250 million personalized video views.

Quick and easy to set up using the app or by computer, free videos can be customized with the recipient’s picture, age, name and gifts they would like most, even if they’re on the naughty or nice list.

This year, even more options are available through its free and premium services. Parents can schedule an incoming call from Santa, experience interactive videos, and take advantage of a special video message straight from Santa’s sleigh as he travels the world on his busiest night.

Highlighted features this holiday season include:

◾ Four new free limited-time trial videos and 18 Premium video and call scenarios: Discover new holiday videos for kids and grown-ups, including a birthday celebration video and a special World Cup video message.

◾ New live call option during video add-ons: Receive a live call from Santa as an add-on experience during select Premium videos.

◾ New personalized and Interactive Gift Tag: Print a personalized gift tag at home for each of your loved ones, complete with a QR code that leads to a customized video of Santa delivering the recipient’s gift in their own living room.

In the spirit of giving, each time a video is purchased and downloaded, a portion of the sale is donated. Portable North Pole Children’s Hospital Program is partnered with more than 48 leading children’s hospitals around the world including The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto.

Portable North Pole is available in four languages: English, Spanish, French and Italian. There are no ads placed in the videos and PNP does not share or sell personal information.

Discover the magic by visiting www.portablenorthpole.com or downloading the app on your iOS or Android device.

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