Red Suit Gazette
Welcome to the Red Suit Gazette
This publication is a seed planted in Santa’s garden.
It is an offering, this seed, which contains words from authors familiar to many of you already. On these pages, and in these issues, we begin to lay a foundation, as we explore the depths of this powerful iconic personification of the Spirit of Christmas. Through words, images and stories, we intend to share collective knowledge of, and will attempt to look within the very Heart of Santa Claus.
From Lou Knezevich, Georgia’s Premier Santa, flows wisdom, insight and advice on the finer intricacies of professionalism and decorum. From Al Horton, comes Kris Kringle’s Wisdom (unique and wonderful tales and times) full of knowledge, experience and practical suggestions. Other authors will be featured from time to time, along with new columns and writings.
The Red Suit Gazette is being designed to be a resource for all who choose to come to a better understanding of Santa Claus. This manifestation of Love and giving, identified by many names and powerful iconic figures throughout history, occupies a unique position in cultures around the world.
The Spirit of Christmas is timeless and boundless. Each of us, our fleeting lives and time in the suit, is but a blink of an eye in the journey of life. However, our actions and words can send profound ripples and tidal waves into the world.
As the image of Santa continues to evolve and refine, we will try and explore the very nature of this personage.
Where will this journey take us? Who knows! But my intent in editing and producing this publication, is for a better understanding of Santa Claus. We intend to explore every aspect from head to toe, inside and out, delving deeply into the very Heart of this Spirit, where the Real Santa resides.
“Wanna’ take a ride?” *
Bill McKee, editor
*with due credit to Art Bell, Coast-to-Coast AM
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