For many children, one of the most exciting aspects of the holiday season is Santa’s arrival on Christmas Eve. In the days leading up to the holiday, kids spend hours listing what they hope to find underneath the tree, hoping they will end up on St. Nick’s “nice” list. They set the cookies and milk on the table then stay up until their eyes get heavy, listening for hoof steps and jingle bells on the rooftop.
Despite their best efforts, children always seem to miss the moment they have been anticipating the entire year. No matter how hard kids try, they can never catch Santa sliding down the chimney. The brief disappointment they feel after sleeping through Santa’s visit fades quickly and is replaced by the excitement after finding the cookie crumbs and empty glass left on the table by Santa before they tear open the gifts he has left under the tree.
To help your children feel closer to Santa, give them a piece of Santa’s hometown. For Christmas this year, stuff their stockings with an authentic North Pole, Alaska land deed from 1Santaland.com.
1SantaLand.com owner, Herbert Piller, spoke with GRAND and explained why a North Pole land deed would make for a thoughtful and long-lasting holiday present.
“We created a unique, low cost gift that parents, grandparents, and children can buy for each other,” Piller said. “There’s no waiting or shipping. Simply enter recipient’s name and follow the easy steps to purchase then print the North Pole land deed certificate from the website (1santaland.com) immediately.”
Each North Pole land deed costs less than $5 and the land is located in the Fourth Judicial District, State of Alaska. The property is bounded and described as follows: Lot 121, Block 3365, of Santa Claus North Pole Subdivision, North Pole, Alaska.
“The property is open space where Santa hangs out,” Piller said.
The colorful North Pole, Alaska land deed certificate is 8 ½” x 11”, the perfect size for framing. It also includes the Authentic Santa Gift seal and Santa’s signature.
Several other Christmas-themed gifts come along with the purchase of a land deed including Christmas Carols, cookie recipes, and information about North Pole, Alaska.
Consumers also have the option of registering the land deed with the U.S. Library of Congress in Washington D.C., ensuring the property in the North Pole will be copyrighted and on file in the official master registry book of North Pole Land Deeds.
Click here to check out the website and find out more information about how you can purchase a unique and long-lasting Christmas gift for friends and family this year.