Attention multilingual families of Pittsburgh! Like any professional working in international affairs, Santa Claus has mastered several different languages over the years in order to communicate better with children all over the world. In addition to English, he speaks American Sign, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Swahili, and some Ukrainian. This Thursday morning at 10 a.m., Santa will be at his set on the lower level of the Robinson Mall. He is looking to meet with children who speak any of the languages above so that he can get a head start on Christmas preparations this year. The event will be covered by National Public Radio (NPR) and it is possible that local media will be present as well. If you have any children ages 2-16 who are multilingual and would be okay with speaking to the press (and Santa, of course!) stop down on Thursday to see him. You can also contact Carrie Butler, the Public Relations Consultant at The Mall at Robinson for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-897-6177.
Consider taking your children out to support this globally-minded Christmas tradition.