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The Santa Claus Conservatory

Santa Jeaux

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ATLSNTA

If you happen to be driving around the streets of Atlanta, GA and see a red Avalanche with the GA license plate that says ATLSNTA and you want to know what it’s about.

This is one of the many vehicles that Santa rides in when it is not Christmas Eve. This one happens to by his Atlanta truck. He also has vehicles at all the major (and some minor) airports around the world. For example, in Dallas, Texas he has a vehicle with the license plate that says DFWSNTA, in New York City it would be NYCSNTA, in London, England it is LCYSNTA and in Tokyo, Japan it is HNDSNTA.

Each license plate bears the airport code of the airport where Santa lands on his flight from his home at The North Pole. He actually flies out of the Rovaniemi, Finland (where his vehicle is marked RVNSNTA) airport because that is the closest commercial airport to The North Pole. He gets to that airport by way of a small airplane that only goes that far.

You see, the agency that controls international air flights only allows Santa to fly his sleigh during Christmas Eve and a few other select times depending on which Santa tradition that particular area honors.

So, to visit children and their parents at different times, he flies commercially (first class, of course) to the closest airport to them and picks up his local area vehicle from a special hanger reserved just for Santa’s vehicle. The he drives to their house or wherever he is asked to appear.

Now, you know the real story about how Santa gets around. Sometimes, Mrs. Claus comes with him and sometimes the elves do. But, the reindeer aren’t allowed to fly on the plane, so if Santa appears with reindeer, he probably is actually using some of his reindeer herds that are scattered all around the world at different reindeer ranches. Only  those that are actually able to fly live at The North Pole.

COPYRIGHT

I discovered yesterday how important it was to make sure everything on my website was copyright protected, as well as ‘right-click-disabled’.

Not that I have had an attack of copiers, or anything like that. But, in listening to a class about photo studio work that I attended with ‘The Santa Claus Conservatory’ there was good discussion on the pitfalls of not protecting your posts (of pictures, in particular).

So, I have added copyright warnings to all of my webpages on my www.sugarhillsanta.com site. I think I will add them at the bottom of every blog post also, since sometimes I have photos posted there and other information that should be protected.

On another note, I have begun getting lots of requests for visits for the upcoming Christmas season and have sent out e-mails to past clients asking them to book as soon as possible so that they can get their prime dates reserved.

If you, the reader, wish to have Santa Jeaux, me, visit you this coming Christmas, please hire me soon. I serve the entire Atlanta metropolitan area to a distance of approximately 50 miles from Buckhead.

hoHoHO!! It’s Santa Jeaux!!!

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Santa in Atlanta – Santa Jeaux is EXTRAORDINARY!!!

HOHOHO!!!

Dear Blog,

Well, it has indeed been a wonderful spring and now summer is coming on. Santa in Atlanta – Santa Jeaux had the great pleasure of taking a few on-line courses taught by a famous Santa that lives on the west coast, Santa Ed Taylor of The Santa Claus Conservatory. He is not only a wonderful mentor, but a great friend.

One of the things that I got most out of his classes was that ‘whatever you do, be extraordinary in it’. So, today, I have been sending out e-mails to all of my past clients and beginning the discussions on their bookings for the coming 2015 Christmas season. (I can hardly wait!!!) I previously sent video messages out to some of them, thanking them for their visit last season.

All of this is part of the Santa in Atlanta – Santa Jeaux EXTRAORDINARY follow-up that I have started doing and plan on continuing. Not only is it important for the business of Santa Claus, but it is loads of fun. HOHOHO!!!

I am really enjoying this new Santa in Atlanta – Santa Jeaux website. It is well worth the time and expense of it. I hope you are enjoying it also.

Until next time,

hoHoHO!! It’s Santa Jeaux!!!

(404) 557-7670

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Videos

Today, I had the wonderful experience of figuring out how to post videos to my new website. Once I realized that it was better to put them on YouTube first and then bring them over, it was a snap. The biggest challenge was getting a video editing program that would allow the videos, which were saved horizontally, because they were taken with a smart phone in the portrait position, to rotate them without causing the audio to be out of sync with the picture. I hope that statement wasn’t as confusing to you as it was to me trying to figure out how to say it.

But, with a little help from one of my technology elves (and a couple of editing elves), I got it done.

Now you can see on the site a page of videos with snippets of 4 Christmas songs that I recorded a couple of years ago. I’ll have to take some time soon and rerecord them so that the entire song is on the video instead of it ending abruptly in the middle.

HOHOHO – It’s Santa Jeaux!!!

 
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Santa Claus Music

Dear Blog,

I’ll bet you thought you knew pretty much all the Christmas songs.

As Santa, I decided that all of the best songs haven’t been written, yet. So, I set out to write my own song.

In trying to come up with something new and exciting, I decided to go toward the humorous side. There are humorous Christmas songs already. The one that comes to my mind almost immediately is ‘Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer’. Every time I listen to that song, I start singing it and for quite a few hours, or days or even weeks, I have trouble getting it out of my head. The title is funny and the lyrics continue to be pretty funny all through it. Now, that’s the kind of song that I want to write.

I have been working on a song that doesn’t quite have such a catchy title, so it is a work in progress. But, I have taken my original thoughts and put them down on paper and even put it to music. I even had the opportunity to sing it on a talent show at the 2014 ClausFest gathering in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. (More about what that is will be in my next post, so stay tuned in.)

I’m not going to tell for now what the music is, because it is not copyrighted, yet. But, I will tell a bit of the lyrics. The name I have for the song right now is ‘Dearest Santa’. The song is in the form of a letter to Santa Claus by an 8 year old boy that really, really believes in Santa, but has an older sister that doesn’t. A real true-to-life situation.

Here are a few lines from the song. (Perhaps, I will record it and post the recording soon.)

Dearest Santa, this is Billy.
My older sister says I’m just silly,
‘Cause I’m writing you this letter.
She says you’re not really real and she knows better.

She says that you don’t fly with reindeer.
And, where you live is really unclear.
And, that I must have the crazies
If I think you’re in the big parade at Macy’s.

Anyway, the song goes on for about 6 more verses which I plan on sharing over the course of future posts. But, for now, I think you get the idea of the song. I’m also working on another song that is a parody of the ‘Grandma Got Run Over’ song. It’s title is going to be ‘I Didn’t Know My Reindeer Sleighed Your Grandma’.

HOHOHO – It’s Santa Jeaux

Santa Reindeer Pals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Santa and reindeer – Pals

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Santa Claus – Professional Training

Northstar Santa School aI had the great opportunity last month to attend the Northstar Santa School at a two-day session in Alpharetta. (One of the founders of the school, Ron Vedder, in green shirt, with me, in white shirt). It was a wonderfully rewarding and educational experience.

 

 

 

I especially enjoyed the session taught by Piper, the president of Elf Magic (seen pictured below along with Santa Ron Vedder.

Elf Magica

They make an elf similar to the ‘Elf-on-the-Shelf’ (but much better), only their elf has actually been on the market much longer (over 25 years). One of the best things about their elves is that the children are allowed to play with them and each of them comes with their own name and personality, but only stays with them from Thanksgiving time until New Years. Another great thing is that they are not ‘tattle-tells’, but they still tend to get into some mischief every night or participate in what they call an ‘elfcapade’.

The elves range in height from 6″ to 10″ and up to 36″.  They do, generally, go back to the North Pole and see Santa every night, but they only tell good things about the children they are assigned to. I, for one, am going to promote this elf as a better experience for the children I visit each season.

You can find out more about them at www.elf-magic.com. Only sold in specialty stores around the country.

Until next time ….

HOHOHO, it’s Santa Jeaux!!!

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Hire a Santa in Atlanta

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Santa Jeaux, a real-bearded, experienced professional is now taking reservations for the 2015 Christmas season.

If you are in need of a Santa for any kind of Christmas event, be sure to contact him either on this website or at (404) 557-7670.

He will delight your guests with song, dance, magic and seasonal repartee.

Don’t be late, book him now. Many dates have already been spoken for.

Forest Park, GA

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