Entries by Elf Ernest

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New Elves Expected by the Millions

The North Pole is expecting a flood of new elves in the weeks ahead as the Christmas season quickly approaches. Santa set a goal of 40 million total Santa Trackers needed this year in support of his annual flight. That means roughly 15 million new elves will need to be hired. In anticipation, ElfHQ.com has […]

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User Activity Triples Overnight

We have seen an unusual spike in user activity on our websites in the past couple of days. Engineers at North Pole Flight Command and in the North Pole News Department are trying to understand it. “We quietly published a new episode of the North Pole Podcast,” said Elf Frank Myrrh, of North Pole Radio […]

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Changes Coming for the North Pole Post Office Online

Changes are coming for the North Pole Post Office online. In a meeting held today chaired by Elf Winslow it was announced that Santa requested that Christmas fans should be able to contact him through any of the Official North Pole websites. As a result of these discussions, improvements to all websites will be implemented […]

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Busy Times at the North Pole

Greetings! Boy, busy times are upon us! Don’t be alarmed…I just wanted to give you a heads up that you can expect a lot of announcements during the month of September. There are many things going on that I am sure you will be interested to know. We will soon have changes to announce about […]

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4 Months Until Christmas

Hi Everyone! Happy 4 months until Christmas! Can you believe it? I must apologize for not bringing forth much news lately. There are so many things going on and so much stuff for me to catch up on with you. I actually had to make a list: Toyvember Santa’s Sleigh A new website Reindeer update […]

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Five Months Until Christmas

Happy Five Months until Christmas! The 24th of July every year is a great day. It is the biggest day of Christmas in July. Yesterday afternoon, as some were napping while listening to Santa tracking on Kringle Radio, Mrs. Claus showed up at the community center with pies. Lots of pies. They were the kind […]