Big Guy Slaps No No on Santa's Work Shop Heinous Practices

Elfs work hard in the land of make believe, but real children forced to work seven days a week, 20 hours per day is a REAL atrocity! is promoting consumer awareness: Gift giving to one child, doesn't need to make another child a slave!
By: Juan Elfmann
June 30, 2009 - PRLog -- And some may question if Santa is real, but his spirit lives... "Santa Claus" watched a video the other day, and realized something needs to be done! Santa wants to us all to join forces to help free the children who have become 21st Century Slaves in toy factories. Working seven days a week and 18 hours a day, these beautiful children are having their lives taken away from them while companies reap huge profits from their sweat and tears. The average consumer remains clueless, or at most abit suspicious, while probably batter than 99% are totally unaware of the severity of this atrocity., wishes to leverage its Christmas time destination website popularity, and do its small part. The company behind is offering to promote -- free of charge -- the products and services of any company whose manufacturing facilities and practices conform to fair and ethical trade practices and support those companies in the toy-making industry who respect the human rights of workers, and treats children as children, not as slaves.

Parents and people, young and old, need to unite and draw a line and take a firm stance to stop making toy factory slavery profitable. If you are a company who is proud of your employer-employee relationship, or know of such a company we want to hear from you. Or, if you know of an offending company we all should be aware of, please email to our "Corporate Naughty or Nice Department" at  CorporateNN at (Please replace the "at" with an "@" and remove any spaces.)  If you, like so, so many of us are not aware of what's going on, we strongly suggest you view the following very well done video, but be prepared, it's quite disturbing to learn what's going on: SANTA'S WORKSHOP - Inside China's SLAVE labor toy factories:

Gift giving to one child, doesn't need to make another child a slave! If your company or organization is on the same page, will make every effort to help promote your products or services. And we are building a "Corporate Naughty or Nice List" to help us all when it comes time to go shopping! The naughty and nice list is a wiki-like project underway on the Santa Claus Christmas Blog at

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