Our “Santa” Featured In The Courier-Post!

IMG_20141214_135155_181We made the big time in the Courier-Post! A big thank you to business reporter Joe Cooney for his great article on our Santa!

Santa, what else is going on at the North Pole? How has the Santa business changed lately?

We have a very good working relationship with a lot of the large retailers these days. We have licensing agreements with companies like Microsoft, Apple and Samsung.

You know why? Because when it comes down to it, I don’t think you’d want an elf working on your Xbox One.”

To read the rest of the article, click here.

Have Santa Or Mrs. Claus Visit Your Home!

Book Santa for your next party!

Book a personal appearance from Santa or Mrs. Claus!

Ho! Ho! Ho!

Christmas is right around the corner. And what better way to entertain your guests with a visit from Jolly Ole’ Saint Nick himself!

Our Santa wears a professional-grade costume and beard and has experience entertaining children of all ages at private parties and public events. And just in case Santa is too busy getting ready for the big day, you can have Mrs. Claus come visit! She’s always ready to give “warm hugs” and read Christmas stories.

Don’t wait until Christmas Eve to book Santa for your next event! E-mail us or call (856) 217-5053 for more information!

Headed To The Pennsauken Harvest Festival!

Just Plain Silly's headed to the Pennsauken Harvest Festival!

Just Plain Silly’s headed to the Pennsauken Harvest Festival!

Just Plain Silly’s headed to the first-ever Pennsauken Harvest Festival this weekend! We’ll be twisting balloons and face painting for FREE at the Pennsauken Community Recreation Complex on Westfield Ave. from 12 to 4 p.m.

The festival features plenty of entertainment for the kids, including bounce houses, scarecrow making, pumpkin painting, and us! There will also be music and dance performances held throughout the day and plenty of vendors and crafters with wares for sale!

Hope to see you there!

*NOTE: As inclement weather is expected on Saturday morning, a decision to move the event to the rain date of Oct. 12 will be made on Oct. 11 by 7 a.m. You can find out if the Harvest Festival has moved to Sunday by calling 856-665-1000.