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Tacoma Elf Storage - Santa's Secret Revealed!

Tacoma Elf Storage – Santa’s Secret Revealed! Having worked like crazy for months in Santa’s workshop to produce the millions of gifts he delivered for Christmas, the elves deserve a rest. Perhaps you thought Santa would send them all on a cruise in the Bahamas, or perhaps to lounge in the warmth of Wai Ki Ki in Hawaii, or even poolside at a luxury hotel in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

If you thought that, you’d be wrong and how do I know that, you might ask? Because on a recent drive to Tacoma I discovered the truth. Santa has decided to ‘store’ his elves at the heated ‘elf’ storage facility next to Interstate 5 just south of the Tacoma Dome at ‘Tacoma Elf Storage!’

No mai tais, no margaritas, no decadent cruise food, just a warm, dry storage unit and well, just a bit more than dull. If they’re lucky, perhaps they’ll find some petrified fruit cake, cases of bottled water and a pool table. I sense a labor dispute or strike looming in Santa’s future, don’t you??

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