Santa set a goal of five million new tracker elf sign ups this year and we are off to a fantastic start.
The last known figure was just over one million since the goal was announced last month.
The information for becoming an elf tracking Santa for Santa can be found at SantaTrackers.net.
“It grows like a snowball rolling down-hill,” said Elf Crash Murphy. “All it takes is for one friend to tell another friend and each person doing that a few times and we’ll get to that 5 million person goal.”
Santa Trackers are receiving daily training information at SantaTrackers.net and by the time Christmas rolls around and Santa flies he will be backed by millions of American supporters alone.
With the call to recruit millions of new Santa trackers comes the job of getting them all trained. The North Pole has less than a month to make those trackers ready.
Flight command officials today announced daily training plans for new trackers will be shared at their exclusive website, SantaTrackers.net.
“It is not hard work,” said Elf Roger Star. “But there are a number of things to know if they are going to useful trackers at all. A good tracker will visit the website there daily and follow the instructions they give on how to be a better tracker.”
Tracking Santa for Santa means reporting lots of information back to the North Pole. It is a job that requires a lot of people in many different places all over the world.
That is why Santa was more than 5 million new tracker elves this year.
Flight Command officials at the North Pole today said “we’re humbled and grateful for Santa’s safe return” to the North Pole. They are very happy now to turn their attention to preparing for Santa’s Christmas Eve flight.
These have been trying months for the North Pole Tracking Department. After months of being gone from the North Pole Santa challenged his tracker elves to find him, launching a fruitless 3-month search. Despite their best efforts, the Tracking Department was unable to locate Santa. He resurfaced on Thanksgiving morning by popping out of a cake during the annual Elf Parade at the North Pole.
Elf Roger Star, head of the International Association of Santa Trackers, was the only elf at the North Pole willing to go on the record about the whole search for Santa. He said the challenge by Santa was a good one that would make Santa trackers world wide smarter and more efficient.
“We learned a lot about our selves,” Elf Roger said. “This experience makes us better Santa trackers”.
Santa has yet to meet with tracking department officials but it is assumed he will do so within the next few days.
Meanwhile, operations are returning to normal at the Flight Command Center as efforts to organize Christmas Eve flight plans get underway.
The North Pole Flight Command Center worked long into the night investigating a Santa sighting in an unknown region of the world. A short time ago, after hours of deliberation and communication with several field trackers, a squadron of sleighs filled with elves dressed in black left the North Pole.
At this time the Flight Command Center is on lock down. Elf Agent X is there with a team from North Pole Security, leading the operation.
No further information is available at this time.
The search for Santa has taken a quiet turn since Halloween, as search investigators have tried to remove themselves from the worldwide focus of the media over the possible location of Santa Claus.
Santa, if you recall, has not been seen at the North Pole since late July. After months of searching it was revealed in late October that Santa purposely has hid himself from the Tracking Center at the North Pole in an effort to sharpen their skills in tracking and finding Santa.
(Flight Command Update — All Stations) — Senior officials at North Pole Flight Command have issued Santa’s official new recruiting goal of FIVE MILLION new tracker elves for the 2017 flight campaign.
Over at SantaTrackers.Net the official recruiting call has been announced and elves over there are being trained now to help with the effort.
If effective the new campaign will more than double the present pool of elves Tracking Santa for Santa world wide.
Elf Agent X, head of North Pole Security, lauded the announcement as a necessary step not only in helping North Pole Flight Command get Santa around the world but also ensuring Santa’s safety and security over the course of his 30-hour flight.
“The more eyes we have out there looking out for Santa the better,” Elf Agent X said. “It makes everyone’s job easier, especially Santa’s.”
Anyone at any age can be a tracker elf for Santa. All the details can be found at SantaTrackers.net.