Why Play or Portray Santa Claus

Why Do So Many People Choose To Portray Santa Claus?

As a member of the Worldwide Santa Claus Network, you are part of a global community of individuals who share a common passion for portraying Santa Claus. Whether you do it professionally or as a hobby, you know the joy and magic that comes with donning the red suit and spreading cheer during the holiday season.

But why do so many people choose to portray Santa Claus? What motivates them to embody the spirit of the jolly old man in the red suit? 

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Here are 17 reasons why people become Santa Claus portrayal artists:

  1. To bring joy and happiness to others, especially children.
  2. To carry on family traditions and create lasting memories.
  3. To spread cheer during the holiday season and make the world a happier place.
  4. To embody the spirit of Christmas and celebrate the magic of the season.
  5. To create a sense of community and bring people together in a shared celebration.
  6. To experience the joy and wonder of the holiday season.
  7. To inspire generosity and kindness in others.
  8. To create a magical and memorable experience for children.
  9. To embody the best aspects of humanity – kindness, generosity, and joy.
  10. To support charitable causes and give back to the community.
  11. To volunteer at local charities and participate in food or toy drives.
  12. To visit hospitals or nursing homes and bring joy to those who may be feeling lonely or isolated.
  13. To spread goodwill and make a positive impact on the world.
  14. To use the role as an opportunity to teach children about the importance of giving and kindness.
  15. To enjoy the creativity and playfulness that comes with the role.
  16. To participate in parades, festivals, and other community events.
  17. To inspire others to embody the spirit of Santa Claus and make a positive difference in the world.

As a Santa Claus portrayal artist, you have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the world. Whether you’re spreading joy to children, volunteering at a local charity, or participating in community events, you’re embodying the spirit of Santa Claus and making the world a better place.

The Worldwide Santa Claus Network is a place where you can connect with other Santa Claus portrayal artists from around the world, share stories, and exchange ideas. It’s a place where you can find support, inspiration, and encouragement as you continue to spread joy and kindness to those around you.

So the next time you don your red suit and step into the role of Santa Claus, remember the many reasons why you chose to do so. Remember the joy you bring to others, the sense of community you create, and the positive impact you have on the world. And remember that you are part of a global network of Santa Claus portrayal artists, all united in their passion for spreading happiness and kindness to others.

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  1. This hits in right on. That smile or twinkle in their eyes make me feel great, and it’s not just the little ones. I’ve had young adults, parents and grandparents set beside me and you would think they were the kids. My first season I had two ladies that had lost their husbands and another lady that had lost her mom. I was able to say a few words to them and all three left feeling better. I was also able to help a single mom with some inexpensive suggestions for toys. So many more wonderful things to remember. If smiles were dollars I would be a wealthy man.

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