Santa goes mobile to save trees and benefit the March of Dimes
November 19, 2009
Submitted by Anchor Mobile
Text Messages from Santa
Santa's new SMS Gateway allows Loved ones to schedule personalized text messages from Santa to be delivered to family and friends. Anchor Mobile in St. Louis has developed the system for Santa and created an affiliate program, all of which raises money for the March of Dimes.
Ever wondered why there is no trees at the North Pole? Well considering the millions of letters Santa sends to kids each year, it's no shock! Santa Claus is reducing the amount of letters from Santa this year for the second year in a row as his elf's prepare to send SMS to hundreds of thousands of good girls and boys throughout America. Santa in partnership with WebCorp have built a charitable e commerce web site where parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles can schedule personalized text messages from santa to be delivered to a loved one's mobile phone at specific times on specific dates.
$1 from each child signed up to receive text messages from Santa goes to the March of Dimes to further its mission in improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
Text Santa relies on Anchor Mobile in St. Louis for SMS Gateway and SMS Application custom programming.
Anchor Mobile has just released a new Text Santa Affiliate program that gives companies and organizations a way to raise money for themselves while helping the March of Dimes. Text Santa Affiliates will receive a branded Text Santa site and URL that will pay them $1 for each child signed up to receive text messages from while continuing to raise a dollar each for the March of Dimes
Current Text Santa affiliates include over 100 Clear Channel Radio Stations, 82 Shopping Malls, The Salvation Army and mobile marketing firms across the nation.
Learn more about Text Santa and its affiliate program at
or call Anchor Mobile at 1-800-984-4242
Text Santa is a Trademark of WebCorp Inc. Text Messages from Santa copyright: 2009