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Holiday Traditions with K104.7

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Are your kids writing to Santa this year? There’s still time to drop a letter in the mail, but if your kids want to double down on their communications with the North Pole, you can also get on St. Nick’s text list.

SlickText, a mass text message marketing platform, is helping distribute messages from Santa. Kids of all ages can get in on the fun for free, and here’s what you and your little ones can look forward to getting:

  • A text from Santa about once every five days until the week before Christmas, then one text a day until December 25th.
  • Santa will send Christmas jokes, sayings, recipes, and fun facts to help keep you in the holiday spirit.

The content is all family-friendly, of course, but you can select “Child,” “Adult,” or “Senior” to get messages tailored and personalized for each age group and individual.

SlickText promises they and Santa won’t spam you, try to sell you anything, or sell your phone number to a third party. After Christmas, you won’t get any more messages, but you can opt out anytime by replying with “STOP.” Their website says, “We’re just doing this to spread Christmas cheer.” Click here to sign up.