NORAD Tracks Santa in Colorado Air Force Base revealed that it has received more than 111,000 calls to Track Santa Claus, reportedly, this December 2012. The gifts delivered were a staggering 7,060,919,100.
NORAD has also a Canadian and Alaskan counterpart, which answer calls from kids in that area.
Christmas is primarily for children. The joy that lights up their faces when they hear Santa’s bells, and when they receive gifts is wonderful. It is almost heartbreaking not to have Santa, who flies from the North Pole using his sleigh, to deliver their gifts. They call Santa in other parts of the world as Father Christmas.
NORAD has kept the tradition, and brought joy and laughter to billions of children around the globe.
NORAD has also disclosed in its website that:
“Santa Cams are ultra-cool, high-tech, high-speed digital cameras that NORAD pre-positions at many locations around the world. The cameras capture images and videos of Santa and his reindeer as they make their journey around the world.”
According to various international reports, US First Lady, Michelle Obama, has volunteered for thirty minutes to answer calls that asked where Santa was and when would he get to their place.
NORAD is manned by volunteers who want to bring good cheer to children all over the world. They believe that:
“Santa Claus is alive and well in the hearts of children throughout the world.”
So, NORAD Tracks Santa, where’s Santa now?
According to NORAD Tracks Santa, Santa and his reindeers is someplace in Africa and Europe by now.