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article imageWhere's Santa? Tracking him is easier than ever

By Greta McClain     Dec 24, 2012 in Internet
Santa Claus is already making his rounds across the world, and for those wondering when Santa will be landing his sleigh in your neighborhood, tracking his location is now easier than ever.
Since 1955 the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) has helped parents, children, the news media and anyone wanting to keep tabs on Saint Nick up to date on his location. The NORAD Santa Tracker not only provides Santa's current location, but it also lets viewers see where he has already visited. Videos of Santa visiting select cities are also available.
NORAD is not the only one keeping tabs on Santa however. Google has launched their own Santa Tracker as well. For those living in North America, Google also provides a personal message service, allowing Santa to contact your child, or young at heart, via phone, e-mail or Google+ messaging.
Santa Update, the "official" North Pole Santa tracker, provides frequent updates with information on where Santa has been, and were he is headed next.
As day turns to night and we begin to anticipate Santa's arrival, parents and kids now have several ways to keep up with the jolly old elf, ensuring everyone is tucked into bed and remain on Santa's "nice" list.
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