NORAD Tracks Pere Noel again! The North American Aerospace Defense Command is already famous as one of the very few institutions in the world to track the travels of an imaginary being. But, in the words of Frank Church, “Nobody sees Santa Claus, but that is no sign that there is no Santa Claus. The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see.” It’s time to believe.
And face it… there is no other traveler in the world to match Santa’s amazing record! He sees every corner of the world in just one night. Don’t you just love myths and fairy tales?
What a fun activity for you and your children who ask where is Santa now! His location is just one click away, thanks to NORAD. Santa travel updates can be followed between 7 a.m. EST on Dec. 24 until 5 a.m. EST on Dec. 25. In the meanwhile, you can always let NORAD’s official site open in the background for joyful, fun, Christmas music. What’s best… it can be Christmas every day with the official NORAD Santa tracker. There’s also a countdown you can use to set your alarm if you don’t want to miss a thing.
Tracking Santa is a tradition for NORAD since 1955 when an advertisement blunder showed a telephone number for children to call Santa. The response to that Sears Roebuck & Co. ad was mindblowing, so tracking Father Christmas became an annual tradition. Yes, NORAD Tracks Pere Noel in real time, as he travels, and although it also happens on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, you can always visit the official NORAD Santa tracker website for games and movies about NORAD and Santa. You can also buy NORAD Santa-themed gifts and souvenirs from their online shop. There are also NORAD Santa tracker apps for your Apple, Android, and Windows smart devices. If you don’t like apps, you can always call NORAD directly at +1-877-446-6723. Santa tracking updates are also available via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or find the NORAD Santa Tracker on a social media network of your choice. They are sweet and nice (nobody wants to be on Santa’s naughty list) and usually reply fast.
Over 1,000 volunteers will answer phone calls and emails from people from all over the world from Dec. 24 until 5 a.m. EST on Dec. 25 when NORAD Tracks Pere Noel. To think the North American Aerospace Defense Command tracked Santa long before GPS and location apps! If you keep up with NORAD’s Santa updates, please drop us a comment as Father Christmas travels over an Eastern European country! Happy Holidays!