Traditionally, elves have gathered on the National Elf Refuge in Jackson Hole as a resting place on their journey from warmer climes during their off-season back to the North Pole to help Santa make and deliver toys to all the girls and boys of the world. The gathering of the elves was a pleasant time for them to relax and for Jackson Hole locals and visitors to watch the elves, observing them in the wild before they began the final leg of their journey to the North Pole.
But times have changed. Today, some elves have straggled behind the rest of the pack. These are the more mischievious and delinquent elves of elf society, and they are beginning to take a toll on the Jackson Hole community. Some of these particularly troubling elves can, from time to time, be seen loitering outside the National Elf Refuge, no longer allowed onto their previous resting grounds for concern by local officials and refuge managers that they are depleting the natural resources and harassing other wildlife on the refuge. In addition, elves have been spotted around the Town of Jackson, harrassing tourists and others in the Town Square, sleeping on park benches and in bus stop shelters, pan-handling, illegally attempting to wash car windows of passers-by, playing in traffic, throwing snowballs at vehicles, and generally wreaking havoc and causing a nuisance throughout Jackson Hole.
When this problem first came to light, Town of Jackson officials created a local worker elf program to get delinquint elves off the street and help make them productive members of our human society. Local businesses have employed elves in various capacities. Mayor Mark Barron himself has employed elves in the town offices and at his own business. Unfortunately, the effort has been almost entirely unsuccessful. Again, this year the elves are, more often than not, creating trouble in the workplace or simply not showing up for their jobs, and are back to causing a nuisance around the valley.
So this year, fed up with the current elf situation, local businessman and owner of Circumerro, Latham Jenkins, has begun the Save The Elves campaign, starting a petition pleading to Santa Claus himself to bring an extra large sleigh down here to Jackson Hole before Christmas, gather up the elves, and take them back to the North Pole, to their natural habitat, where they can be reintroduced into elf society and lead productive lives.
So, as part of Circumerro’s message of good will and peace on earth this holiday season, we are asking everyone around the world to support the Save The Elves campaign, letting Santa know how important it is for him to retrieve these wayward elves and take them back to the North Pole in time to help make toys for this year’s Christmas. Please visit SaveTheElves.org to watch our informative video and sign the petition to Save the Elves.
For every person who signs our online petition, giving their name and email address, Circumerro will donate one dollar to Jackson Hole’s Children’s Learning Center (CLC) supporting families in need this holiday season. Remember, all you need to do to save the elves and help a family in need this holiday season is sign the petition. Circumerro will take care of coordinating with Santa and making the donation to the Children’s Learning Center.
Thank you for your help in this worthy cause. Please be sure to tell your friends and family about SaveTheElves.org, and have a happy holiday season.
Seasons greetings and peace on earth,
Your friends at Circumerro