Figure out when Santa will be at your house with OnStar
OnStar and NORAD have announced that they will be working together to help drivers of GM vehicles that have OnStar service and users that have the OnStar FMV mirror track Santa. The tracking will start at 7am on Christmas Eve and will be available until 5am Christmas morning. That means your kids can hit the OnStar button and check where Santa is at any given time.
“We see this holiday tradition as staying true to keeping subscribers connected in ways they never thought possible,” said Terry Inch, OnStar vice president, Sales, Marketing and Business Development. “We know many of our customers will be glad to know Santa’s location information is just one blue button press away.”
The OnStar advisors will give location based updates to callers so kids will know how close Santa is to their house. I have used that NORAD app for tracking Santa in the past and my kids love it. The only downside is your little ones will probably be in the car checking where Santa is every few minutes.
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Miranda Lambert nominated for 9 CMA Awards this Year
Miranda Lambert showed her soft side for a 7 year old fan with cancer. She kept wiping her tears off when she sang “Over You” for a 7 year old cancer patient in Texas on Saturday. And she was also nominated for 9 CMA awards this year.
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