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Santa Has Arrived at The Shops at Nanuet!

Eager children and their families can experience the magic of the holiday season with a visit to the Simon® Santa Photo Experience at The Shops at Nanuet.  Children can be photographed through Tuesday, December 24 at the Santa set, located in the Upper Level Lobby, near Macy’s and Regal Cinema.   Hours are 12 to 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday and 12 to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

The Noerr Programs, operators of the Santa Photo Experience at The Shops at Nanuet, is sharing the heart of Santa online this holiday season, through the “BeMerrySanta®” program where families can keep up with Santa’s daily musings on his Facebook page at facebook.com/BeMerrySanta or Twitter @BeMerrySanta. Parents can also input their child’s good deed into Santa’s Magical Badge Generator and then print out their child’s customized badge, or show it to Santa on a smartphone or tablet during their visit.

Guests to every Noerr set will have the opportunity to share Santa’s spirit of generosity by making a donation via The Noerr Programs to U.S. rural children in need through Save the Children, a 75-year-old non-profit organization. To create even more magic for donors, The Noerr Programs will offer a chance for a lucky family of four to win a trip to Orlando, Florida.

We’re thrilled to bring this great tradition to our new shopping center and hope families take the time to stop by and see Santa during one of their visits over the next couple of weeks.





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Charles Clewsow December 11, 2013 at 04:27 PM
Hey Ryan, now I am curious. Do you even know how to spell CHRISTMAS? You know, the NATIONAL HOLIDAY Of CHRISTMAS? How come we have a Menorah and not a holiday candle? We had a Chanukah Celebration but no CHRISTMAS celebration? You have a Menorah and not a Nativity scene? What's up Ryan?

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