Children enjoy letters to Santa

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Published on November 23, 2010 with No Comments

Delta Theta Tau will be creating and sending out Santa letters. But, these are not your ordinary Santa letters. They are each hand-typed, not computer-generated, and completely customized with each child’s information, along with extra information. Letters are printed on high-gloss, heavy paper and include reindeer dust.
There are many different letters, so if you have five children, each one will receive a different letter; Santa does not send out duplicate letters.
The cost is $8 per letter, a slight price hike to ensure larger envelopes and to make sure no letter is bent. This also answers the request that letters not to be folded so that they could be scrap booked.
There are two ways to send a letter.
- If the child wants to write a letter to Santa by themselves, have boys fill out the blue letter and have girls fill out the pink letter then send it or e-mail it to the North Pole.
- If you want Santa to surprise the child with a letter, fill out the blank form and send it or e-mail it to the North Pole.
When mailing a letter to the North Pole, send it to CEI, 802 Canonie Drive, Porter, IN, 46304. When e-mailing a letter to the North Pole, e-mail it to cturner@cei-edu.com.
All letters need to be received by Santa by Dec. 5 so Santa will have time to write back to all the children.
Every penny of profit benefits children in the local area during the holiday season. We also send letters to “big kids” and spouses. Please pass this on to anyone you may thing would love to enjoy this new holiday tradition.
For more information or to receive the proper forms or letters, e-mail cturner@cei-edu.com.

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