Where can I Track Santa?

Great question! It all started back in 1955. Sears Roebuck printed a phone number in an ad where kids could reach Santa Claus; however, the phone number was misprinted and the kids ended up reaching CONAD (now NORAD) instead. The Colonel in charge at CONAD figured out what had happened and didn’t want to disappoint the kids, so he had his team look at the radar to see where Santa was and told the kids. This became a Christmas Eve tradition. Today Santa is tracked in six different languages. Don’t worry about your tax dollars being used for such a ‘frivolous’ activity. All of the Santa trackers are volunteers. Look here for more information: