Santa Claus Came to Town

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Jolly Old St. Nick decided to make an appearance at the Harley Davidson store of Valparaiso. The elves at the North Pole must be working extra hard to allow Santa some free time. He must've had Mrs. Claus take over for him while was here. He came to spread holiday cheer and hold a meet and greet for the children of Valparaiso to personally tell him what they would like for the holiday season. They also received a photo with the big man himself. He even handed out a free candy cane straight from the candy factory of the North Pole. The children whispered their requests in his ear knowing that on that morning, they would be able to finally unwrap it. Santa wasn't only talking with the children, but also with adults who know Kris Kringle cares about them as well, even their pets!

The Harley Davidson, located on US 30 in Valparaiso hosted the event, took and provided the photos, and even added a 15% discount on Harley products for the special visitation. They had to, to keep up with the competition, since Santa gives it to us for free. Flying in on his sleigh, white bearded n' all, Santa arrived at 10 a.m. on December 4th. We all know he has a tight schedule, so he told everyone he had to leave promptly at 3 o'clock. Many other children around the world were waiting for him as well.

Santa must like to drive Harley Davidson motorcycles in his free time, because this year is the fourth year he's decided to make the Valparaiso store his location to drop and chat. They don't even provide him milk and cookies! He also had a Harley Davidson motorcycle attached to his sleigh to show his appreciation and give the reindeer a break for a while. One thing's for sure, Santa is a great example for all of us to follow on how to spread holiday cheer. Happy Holidays!