KENNEWICK, Wash.-- The North Pole Postman made a stop in the Tri-Cities Saturday to pick up some letters for Santa.
He gathered the letters at Nico and Lily's Toy's in downtown Kennewick.
Not only does the postman deliver these letters to the North Pole, but parents can ask for a return letter.
They can even ask for Santa to remind their kids to eat their vegetables and do their chores and homework.
Sending the letters costs ten dollars, but a portion of that money goes to help the Safe Harbor Crisis Nursery.
"The kids absolutely love it. I get all kinds of questions as to what it's like to work for Santa and I've got to tell you kids, it's a lot of fun and he's a big jolly guy but it's a lot of work. He works the elves very hard at this time of the year."
If you couldn't make it to see the postman, you can still send him a letter and ask for one in return by going to his website northpolepostman.com.
Tuesday, March 11 2014 2:36 AM EDT2014-03-11 06:36:47 GMT
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