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Introducing the Santa Claus Oath Coat of Arms


Michael Rielly
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Wow, this is a really beautiful piece!

Yes, we should make some interesting mementos out of these.

A wall plaque?

A decal sticker for our improvised Santa Sleigh?

A lapel pin to show out commitment year round?

Some print-ready stationery for Santa's letters?

Even an iron-on patch for Santa's suits would be very cool too.

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Pins are available.

Here is the link.

http://celebratesant...sc?categoryId=3

Wow, this is a really beautiful piece!

Yes, we should make some interesting mementos out of these.

A lapel pin to show out commitment year round?

Check the link above.

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I'll add my thanks for your work on the COA. It's an elegant represenation of the Oath. Please let us know when we can add it to web pages, business cards, etc.

H A P P Y N E W Y E A R ! ! ! !

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Got my pin - first thing I purchased in the new year . . . -bl-

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Thank you for your efforts in this important part of Christmas history. How do we get a decal or copy of the crest?

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Is there any way to buy a Santa Oath pin without buying a Celebrate Santa item?

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Very impressive. I look forward to seeing this logo in various uses raising funds for the kids. Great job, gentlemen!

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This is the first time I have read and understood the symbolism behind the "coat of arms".

The thought process is truly inspirational...thank you so much for all you do!

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The link to the pin doesn't appear to be working. Where, in 2011/2012 can one go to take the oath> Has the COA been produced in a patch?

Santa Forbey

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The link to the pin doesn't appear to be working. Where, in 2011/2012 can one go to take the oath> Has the COA been produced in a patch?

Santa Forbey

This would make a great Santa ring as well. (Kind of like the old king's seal rings.)

The link you clicked on is pretty old. Contact Bob Elkin. He may have a few pins left.

As for other applications for the Crest, both the Santa Claus Oath and the Santa Claus Oath Coat of Arms, are copyright protected and strictly controlled. All proceeds from Oath pin purchases go to Santa-America.

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The link you clicked on is pretty old. Contact Bob Elkin. He may have a few pins left.

As for other applications for the Crest, both the Santa Claus Oath and the Santa Claus Oath Coat of Arms, are copyright protected and strictly controlled. All proceeds from Oath pin purchases go to Santa-America.

Not a problem, and not trying to weasel in on any profits, just using other scenarios I have input on to make suggestions. Santa-America is free to use my ideas (as long as I get a shot at buying one! :whistling: )

Thanks,

Santa Forbey

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The detail and thought that went into this are very apparent. I believe it has captured the essence of the season,very well done!

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I think it is wonderful! Would love to have it on lapel pin, flag, stickers, anywhere. Great job!!!

Have you come up with a patch yet I love to get one for my coat

As mentioned above, both the Santa Claus Oath and the Santa Claus Oath Coat of Arms, are copyright protected and strictly controlled. All proceeds from Oath pin purchases go to Santa-America. There are no plans to use the crest or the oath anywhere other than the lapel pin at this time.

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Yes, and we have Santa Claus Oath Lapel Pins available from Santa America, Santa Bob Elkin, $15.00 or 2 for $25.00 see "For Sale" thread!

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Just a reminder.

The Santa Claus Oath and the Santa Claus Coat of Arms are copyright protected. Please contact me or Phil Wenz if you have any questions regarding its use.

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I love the Coat of Arms and its meaning.  A banner for Santa processions might be appropriate.  (I am rather liturgical...)

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