Stand Down for Sector 3

Thank you, Elves. Santa has all the information he thinks is needed from you for Sector 3 for this flight. You can now stand down. Merry Christmas.

Updated Weather Report for Sector 3

Flight Command wants a fresh look at your local weather:

Check all that apply
Don't be shy. Santa needs the details.

Chimney Reports Needed in Sector 3

Let’s get a good look at those chimneys for Santa!

Be candid. You can explain below.

Roof Report Needed in Sector 3

Santa’s going to be in 3 real soon. Let’s help him out with those roofs:

Santa hopes you will inspect your roof and the roof of homes next door to you only.

Weather Report Requested for Sector 3

Flight command has asked those in Europe and other “northern” areas of Sector 3 to provide an updated weather report:

Check all that apply
Don't be shy. Santa needs the details.

Sector 3 Elves Can Now Begin Check In

Oh ye great trackers of Europe and Africa!

We have received word from North Pole Flight Command to begin checking in trackers from our Sector. This is just a process to let us know which elves are activated and ready to track Santa for Santa. Keep an eye on the countdown clock in the upper left to know when Santa leaves the North Pole.

Please check in below:

Please give us a summary of your availability.

Tracker Alert: Worldwide Tracker Check-in Soon to Start

Tracker BulletinTracker Friends,

This may be my final general post of this season. The news from this point forward should come exclusively from your Elf Supervisor. Please pay attention to what I am about to tell you:

News is about to begin coming faster and faster to you via North Pole Flight Command, Santa Update and this site, SantaTrackers.net.

Why? Because Flight Command is now engaging their final countdown protocol.

This means they are completing their checklists around the world. They are looking for any reason to stop or delay Santa’s launch. What they want is a complete green light from every sector – a simple “go for launch” degree from anyone with flight control status.

Part of that protocol is a call for tracker check-ins. We anticipate those check-ins will begin in about six hours in Sector 1 and roll out sequentially in each sector.

There is NO RUSH to check in.

When your elf supervisor wants you to check in, he or she will tell you with very specific instructions.

The process is designed to allow 24 hours for all trackers to check in. So, take your time, listen to your elf supervisor, check in when you are asked and await further instructions.

Merry Christmas, good luck, and we thank you in advance for your service to Santa.

Tracker Elves of Sector 3 Can Check-in

Sector 3We are excited to report that the regional tracking center located in Star, Scotland for Sector 3 is now operational.

I am your elf supervisor, Rolf Jannsen — originally from Austria. I am happy to be back working in Europe over this Christmas season.

This is the first of many posts you will see from me over the next week. I will trying to make myself clear and to answer any questions you might have.

I do not have any instructions today from North Pole Flight Command today to share with you. But since we have millions of new elves I am naturally concerned whether or not you all know what to do.

So let us begin by following a very simple instruction. If you are in Sector 3, please check in via the form below. Thank you.

Please give us a summary of your availability.

Sector 3 HQ Moves to Scotland

Update for Sector 3Greetings Great Elves of Sector 3!

It took a few days and finally we have good news to report. The space for the new Tracking Center HQ for sector 3 has been obtains and engineers are on their way now to Star, Scotland to begin work on the new facility there. Like all regional North Pole tracking centers, I cannot disclose the precise location. The facility will be unmarked and locked to the public.

Plans that I have seen for the building show that it will not need to be remodeled and that with the exception of a live Internet connection it will be ready for us very soon — as soon as the 9th or 10th, about a week or so away. As such, we could be the first regional tracking center the North Pole will have in operation.

That’s very good news for us in Sector 3. North Pole Flight Command tells me that the growth in Santa tracker elves for Europe and Africa is exceptional this year. We will need a little extra time to get organized and prepared for all the new reports we anticipate receiving this year.

I have received some communication from a few new elves who are asking for an in person meeting.

I’m not sure that will be possible. Just so you know I have asked senior management for their thoughts on that and I will let you know what they tell me.

Given all we need to do in the next week or so the elves in Sector 3 should be aware that it might be more than a week before I send another communication to you. But, that being said, I think you can count on me sending regular updates to you from about the 12th or so moving forward.

Looking forward to a great Christmas of tracking Santa with you trackers in the GREAT Sector 3!

Sector 3 Sees Christmas Morning

We are receiving many happy Christmas morning reports from trackers and fans in Europe and Africa. Thank you all and Merry Christmas!