“Go Tell Santa” How Good You’ve Been This Holiday!

This holiday season, kids have a fun, free and “green” way of writing to the North Pole with "Go Tell Santa"!

This holiday season, kids have a fun, free and “green” way of writing to Santa!

Attention kids of all ages, Go tell Santa what's on your wish list this holiday! But before you get out the paper and pen, you should know Santa's going green this season.  Get your direct line to Santa at gotellsanta.com and ship off your letter to the “New” North Pole online instantly.

And, in the true spirit of the holidays, it’s completely FREE!

Now in its third year, Go Tell Santa - the free online service developed by the Go Buy Local team – gives kids everywhere a direct line to Santa to create a wish list they can share with Santa, friends, family and classmates…simply keep your letter on your computer or print it out to show it off.  And unlike other similar services, Go Tell Santa is “ad-free” and easy to navigate!

Simply visit www.gotellsanta.com to tell how good you've been and what you wish for this holiday season. Not only will your letter find its way directly into Santa’s inbox, but you will receive a personalized response in just days!

Along with starting a new family tradition this year at home, Go Tell Santa is also a great way for teachers to incorporate the holiday spirit into their lesson plan as a cost-free, fun and creative keyboarding exercise.

Santa and his elves are busy wrapping up gifts, so send your wish list today and have a Happy "Go-Go-Holiday!"

About Go Buy Local

Go Buy Local’s mission is to strengthen local business and contribute to local schools and causes to support sustainable communities across America. Learn more at www.gobuylocal.com.

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