On the blessed date of 25th December 2016 years ago, there was born in Nazareth to Mary and Joseph a person regarded as the Son of God and the founder of one of the most widespread religions in World History, Jesus Christ. But the attraction that Christ possesses is no way limited to Christians as many members of often conflicting religions hold him as a messiah too and a person to be admired if not prayed to. This is generally because his doctrine of love, brotherhood and peace transcends the various barriers that critically divide, mankind.
If you are a professional Santa Claus then this particular blog post should interest you. Yes, I hear how absolutely hilarious it may sound hearing the word “professional Santa Claus”; moreover, what should be even more surprising for you is there is a whole industry of professional Santas. Before this whole industry began there were enclosed malls and Santa Photolands where children could meet Father Christmas and get a few snapshots with him.
But today Santa Claus is a full-fledged industry. We understand that he still needs to be traditional to maintain the whole mystique of this character. Currently Santas have been brought into the whole civic and corporate world with private bookings. The following points will let you know how the Santa business has blossomed over the years:
The past 15 years have seen the Santa industry reach its peak; from the neighbourhoody little gig for some extra cash it has now reached to be a high profile entertainment industry.
Having a Christmas party that people will remember for their entire lifetime is no easy task. But let us just say that you manage to make all the required preparations for the same. All the guests are on-time Hors D’oeuvres are a big hit (even with the vegans), the usual angry drunk uncle Jim has only began his first round and you’ve already hinted the barman to keep the drinks rolling slowly for him.
Everything seems to be going as per plan. But wait, the kids are making an absolute ruckus and all the sugar is not proving to help the situation. After all kids will be kids. And at a time for happiness and jolly that is Christmas, howling at a bunch of beautiful boys and girls who have been good this year sounds like an awful idea. You don’t want to be considered as the “cranky child-hater” amongst the kids now. Do you?We have the best Christmas game ideas for keeping the kids busy and proving to be the cool and fun party host. Also we recommend that you get some small prizes for the winners keeping up with the holiday spirit.