Plus there is a world map there that shows you how Flight Command divides up the world and what we know about certain areas of the world and how they affect Santa’s flight.
Also, aside from becoming an elf and being a Santa Tracker, you can also register your location on Santa’s map. It’s pretty cool – because you can see all the areas of the world where Santa has trackers helping him on his flight.
Like always, we will have the news program steaming live on Kringle Radio – and now I’m hearing rumors of a program just for Santa trackers alone that will air when Santa tracker check-ins begin.
In all, we have an epic year of Santa tracking planned that you don’t want to miss!
As is our tradition we’ve made arrangement for the FREE broadcast of the Santa Tracking Show from last Christmas Eve. They’ve flipped the switch over at KringleRadio.com and the show starts there in just hours.
This is a real treat, folks. 50-straight hours of pure Christmas — no commercials or anything like that. Just great Christmas music interrupted only by breaking news updates from the North Pole, just as it was heard last Christmas. If you didn’t get the chance to hear it then you can hear it all now!
Merry Christmas in July from all of us here at the North Pole!
The Tracking Center at the North Pole has begun their start up procedures – they do so much to help get Santa around the world.
Santa doesn’t launch for several hours but elves are in the tracking center right now getting ready to follow him. They fire up the computers, layout the big world map, place elves in strategic positions around the world, organize incoming data about weather and Santa secret spy reports from all over the world, and communicate all that to Santa and to us at the same time. It is a huge job.
I can see elves over there right now very busy on phones, radios, computers and in meetings to make sure it all happens. It is their mission to not only get Santa around the world but also to help report on where he is and what he is doing.