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Be watching for our Santas in Tampa

 

Well, I dont know why but it wont let me attach the picture showing our Santas with our NORPAC banner, SORRY!

 

Santas Dennis Simpson & Jerry Galland show off the new NORPAC SANTAS banner. Dennis and Jerry along with Scott Schmittler and Scott Skerlock will be taking the banner to Tampa for the IBRBS Convention

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Ricky Claus

Be safe and have fun everyone.

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Santa Marty

Dear NorPac Santas,

 

Congratulations on your representation in Tampa.  You guys have come diagonally across the USA to get there.  Have fun and stay safe.

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Santa Castor

Unfortunately, the weather forecast is stormy for tomorrow. For anyone that hasn't experienced storms in a tropical area, it may be memorable. I hope visiting Santa's won't be inconvenienced with their "see Tampa" plans.

I'm heading in for the breakfast Friday, along with the rest of the events until closing Saturday night. Still trying to decide on what to wear, decisions, decisions.... Too hot for too much.... Casual, but what about the banquet?... Decisions, decisions

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Santa Marty

Unfortunately, the weather forecast is stormy for tomorrow. For anyone that hasn't experienced storms in a tropical area, it may be memorable. I hope visiting Santa's won't be inconvenienced with their "see Tampa" plans.

I'm heading in for the breakfast Friday, along with the rest of the events until closing Saturday night. Still trying to decide on what to wear, decisions, decisions.... Too hot for too much.... Casual, but what about the banquet?... Decisions, decisions

 

Something subtle?

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NYSanta

Things are gearing up here in Tampa and everywhere you look you are there like looking into hundreds of mirrors at the same time  Should be a great weekend with all our Santa Brothers and Mrs. C 

Howie

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Santa Marty

Howie and others.... Photos please.

 

Have fun, and play safely.

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Eileen Strom

Have fun everyone...wish we were there!

 

Is this the photo you wanted Trever?

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Edited by Eileen Strom
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Santa Bruce Geron

Have a great time everyone.

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Santa Castor

Something subtle?

Something subtle?

Fresh out of tear away Santa suits, no time to borrow yours ;)

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Santa Marty

Fresh out of tear away Santa suits, no time to borrow yours ;)

 

I shudder at the thought!

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Santa Castor

I shudder at the thought!

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I wasn't planning on tearing it off on camera.....so 2013

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Santa Marty

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I wasn't planning on tearing it off on camera.....so 2013

Oh I see. So this will be part of your "private appearances" then?

:)

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Santa Trever

Have fun everyone...wish we were there!

 

Is this the photo you wanted Trever?

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Yes, that's the photo I was trying to attach to my original post. Thanks Eileen!

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