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Santa will travel 100 miles of Dayton, Nevada
Nevada Santa is proud to be a Real Bearded Santa serving North-West Nevada. For centuries, St. Nicholas has been remembered by Christians for his generosity towards children and the poor. Following in the footsteps of St. Nicholas, Nevada Santa is dedicated to supporting charities through his “Photos With Santa” fundraising campaigns. Since being asked to put on the “Red Suit” at the Carson Valley Best Buy in Carson City Nevada in 2003, Nevada Santa has supported the following organizations: Carson Valley Food Community Food Bank, Boys and Girls Club-Western Nevada, Brewery Arts Center’s Driving into the Arts summer program for children, Organ Donor and Transplant fundraiser at the Nevada Governor’s mansion in Carson City Nevada, the Children’s Miracle Network and The Greenhouse Project is a non-profit Nevada Corporation whose mission is to establish and sustainably operate a community-based greenhouse located on the Carson City High School campus. Around 2012 Nevada Santa joined the Cast of the Virginia and Truckee (V&T) Railroad’s Polar Express. Nevada Santa is an active member of the International Brotherhood of Real Bearded Santas (IBRBS) and the Nationwide Santas organization. Nevada Santa continues his fundraising efforts. He strives to bring joy and happiness to the young or old, poor or rich believers and their pets by capturing the Christmas Season with a photograph. Nevada Santa expanded his expertise to creating special memories among friends and families across Nevada when he launched his Santa In-Home, Sneak a Peeks and Corporate visits. When it comes to planning the perfect Christmas celebration, Nevada Santa gives exceptional service. Nevada Santa prides himself on personalized visits with a professional and courteous demeanor, and makes each event, whether big or small, a magical experience for guests of all ages. Nevada Santa has spread joy to thousands of families during the Christmas Season and keeps the Spirit of Christmas alive by passing on his love for Christmas. Many of the families that visit him come back year after year and bring new generations of family to share the experience.