San Francisco – (December 23, 2011) – As the San Francisco Chronicle reports, “Santa now has high-tech helpers“, the website Santa.com allows kids to use email or an app to send a letter to Santa.
“San Francisco’s Santa.com is the latest addition to the array of digital Santa tools that have emerged in recent years. Through Santa.com and its iPhone and iPad apps, children and parents can create wish lists, which can be shared with friends and relatives. They can also write a letter to Santa and receive a response. For $2.99 to $19.99, they can receive a traditional letter in the mail from him.
A friend of Santa.com CEO Will Weisman owned the domain, which had been dormant in recent years. He and a small team of elves began developing the site in March and launched it in November. About 70,000 people have signed up for Santa.com, and more than 10,000 custom letters from Mr. Claus have been ordered and mailed.”
Santa.com isn’t just focused on giving the spirit of Christmas to kids, it is also giving back. Since November 1st, the company has given 1% of gift card sales and $1 from every letter to Santa totaling over $20,000 donated to the World of Children Award.
About Santa.com: Santa.com is a safe, family-oriented site for children and their families. Santa.com seeks to make gift-giving easier and more rewarding while providing kids the magical experience of corresponding with Santa and creating the ultimate Wish List.