Road Test Tuesday and Giveaway! – Santa’s Portable North Pole!
We are super excited about today’s Road Test Tuesday!
The awesome elves at Santa’s Portable North Pole (PNP) have been busy during the past year creating all sorts of new and exciting things for our little ones this Christmas! If your kids are like ours and love getting messages from Santa then the PNP is for you!
It’s easy to log on to the PNP and create some magical Christmas wonderment for your kids. Now in it’s 6th year, the Elves have added heaps of cool stuff and you can now not only get a personalised video message from Santa but also a phone call or a birthday message! They have even created a cool new app and a “behind the scenes” look at how the Christmas Magic is created (how do Reindeer Fly, exactly?).
The fact the big guy in the red suit knows all about you and is agreeing with your parents that you are not quite so well behaved as yet for gifts is a great incentive to little ones. I’m not sure about you but he certainly carries a lot of weight in this house!! A fun reminder about the necessities of good behaviour is always welcome! It’s fast and easy to create some special Christmas memories at the PNP. Just a few clicks here, add a picture there, a few necessary tidbits of information and Santa is ready to be your wing man! Danni tried out the PNP for her girls and had it done in less than 10 minutes. Fantastic!
As parents, we love the look in our children’s eyes when they experience the wonder of Christmas. Today, you can share in that wonder as Santa has agreed you can all have a special Discount Code for the PNP this year and receive 20% off (you must have all been on the nice list – Phew!). To take part in the PNP this year, log on to the Portable North Pole and enter the code BLG20BKP at the checkout!
This year Santa and the Elves at the PNP are donating portions of profit to many Children’s hospitals worldwide. They really are thoughtful little critters!
No financial incentive was received for this post. We received a free version of the PNP to road test and all thoughts and opinions are our own.