Sunday, December 4, 2016

Portable North Pole Review & Save 20%

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Portable North Pole lets you create magical experiences with phone calls and video messages from Santa. You can choose from personalized phone calls like worked hard in school, Santa’s elves are Dancing, stop fighting and arguing, try hard to listen to mom, a baby reindeer has your name, live from the sleigh ride across the sky and so much more. The categories are congratulations, behavior to improve, encouragement, Christmas Eve, miscellaneous, and birthday. Some videos you can choose from are greetings from Santa which can be for kids and grown-ups, birthday wish, your big book, your special gift is ready, the red Star, and the elf in the storm to just name a few.


My Opinion: I just made a couple videos for my nieces and instead of sending him via email I sent them via Facebook and they came out great. I like how it will help children behave and learn behavior to improve else they won’t get anything from Santa for Christmas. I really like the personalization and how great the videos look.


Save 20% by going to https://www.portablenorthpole.com and register an account  then go to https://www.portablenorthpole.com/en/store/videos?openCart=PAS03&promocode=PNP6BLG20  and it will deduct the 20%
About Them: Since its launch in 2008, the website and mobile app have allowed Santa to send millions of messages around the world, spreading extra doses of Christmas spirit and making the holiday season more magical. Portable North Pole has generated global praise from CNN Television, Mashable, MSNBC, Marketwired and much more leading media outlets. Discover PNP today and help us spread more holiday cheer!


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