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Celebrity Santa Claus to Appear at Tinsel & Treasures in Knoxville
The Junior League of Knoxville is stepping up their game this year. At their annual Tinsel & Treasures fund raiser they are bringing in a celebrity Santa Claus to thrill children and families.
By: Santa Claus Unplugged
And he is looking forward to seeing your children at the Knoxville Convention Center on November 1 – 3 at the Tinsel & Treasures event hosted by the Junior League of Knoxville.
Joe Moore (as he is officially known) wrote and published two novels in his trilogy, with the second (Faith, Hope & Reindeer) coming to the big screen, and the third (Glaciers Melt & Mountains Smoke) to be released this coming January. Moore spends much of the year portraying Santa all over the east in his custom made suits, especially in November and December.
Santa and Mrs. Claus will be meeting families and taking pictures all three days. Santa will be listening to wishes and talking with all that visit him. A picture purchase is not required to visit Santa, although families will find this an exceptional deal, especially with a true celebrity and author for a nominal cost. The Moores are also donating a portion of the photo proceeds to the Junior League of Knoxville.
Santa said, “This League has always put children and families first, and they have done tremendous work dating back more than 200 years nationally and for generations here in Knoxville. It is our pleasure to work with them and to support them.”
Along with the photos, Santa (Moore) will be selling and autographing his works, and he says they make the perfect holiday present, as they will put the meanest Scrooge into a joyful Christmas spirit.
Moore and his wife also appeared in a made for TV special that aired with the late Charlie Jones about Santa and Mrs. Claus. He was also inducted into the Authors Guild of Tennessee earlier this year.
"I am extremely excited to be part of this long standing fair, and look forward to meeting many wonderful families, seeing my readers and meeting new ones," said Moore.
Santa said he will be easy to spot, “Just look for a lot of red!” More about Santa and Mrs. Claus can be found at http://santaclausunplugged.com (http://thenorthpolepress.com/