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MARIETTA, GA, December 15, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- An epidemic of the giggles has been traced to free personalized Santa Letters from a popular Santa Claus website. According to the CGC (Centers for Giggle Control), these Letters From Santa primarily affect children who believe in Santa Claus, but there are reports of parents also getting the giggles.
A CGC spokesperson said, "The letters carry a rare strain of fun known as Laughalottus sillyitis. The effects from one letter are strong, but temporary. However, because these letters are FREE, multiple exposures are common and lead to serious giggling. Also, since the letters can be printed in seconds with nothing to download, they are likely to be kept by children for repeated reading."
Parents are advised that once the giggles start it is best to move on from the Santa Letter by getting your child's free Nice Certificate. This allows the giggles to dissipate gradually. There are three cute Nice Certificates to choose from, and they can be printed in seconds with nothing to download.
The Santa Claus Nice List website is the work of two grandfathers, Bruce Levitt and David Brewer, who have worked together as a creative team for decades, including a previous stint with Santa Claus, when they helped him create his early website, Claus.com, in the 1990s. Said Levitt, "We now have grandkids, so we jumped at the chance to work with Santa Claus again. Doing this for free is a nice way to give back."
The two are dedicated to creating fun, safe and FREE Santa Claus websites for parents and children who believe in Santa Claus. For further information, please email to Media@thesantaclausnicelist.com or call 404-784-0723.
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