Hellenic Post urges everyone to “Write a letter to Santa Claus” for the 31st year in a row
The red mailboxes of ELTA are ready to receive the thousands of letters to Santa this year.
The Hellenic Post Office is urging everyone to “Write a letter to Santa Claus” for the 31st year in a row, and this year they have more red mailboxes in their network to fill with the thousands of letters big and small to Santa Claus.
The ELTA elves have already started collecting the first letters, which they then make sure to deliver to Santa Claus.
“But even if your beloved Saint does not manage to satisfy your wishes, there is a way for you to receive, on behalf of ELTA, a small surprise: An optimistic message in a beautiful reply card and some philatelic object for your collection,” reads a statement the company’s.
A necessary condition, according to ELTA, is that the information must be written correctly and clearly outside the envelope, in the place of the sender (full name and postal address in the upper left part of the envelope).
Also, ELTA created a special interactive site, https://hohoho.elta.gr/ with informative videos and instructions, with ready-made Christmas letters, educational games, the nearest post office to send the letter and other surprises. Especially for educators, the site includes ideas and instructions in order to utilize the action of ELTA in the classroom together with their students.
This action is organized free of charge by the Hellenic Post Office, with the care of all their people who have always supported this important work of contribution to society.
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