Who’s Hiring Santa Claus this Year?

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OK, we’re putting the word out to help one of our community members–you can read her article in this week’s newsletter, actually… Linda Case.

Here’s her challenge and her request for help:

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Hello StartupNation. You guys were able to help me out once before and I am hoping you can help me again. I have been trying to research who it is that hires the Santas (and Santa’s helpers) at shopping malls – but I’ve not been able to nail it down. I would like to do a seasonal promotion of our nation-wide criminal background screening for these temporary workers who will have significant contact with small children while in their role. I have not been able to uncover who in the "retail" process is making these hiring decisions. You guys seem to know everyone..and perhaps you know someone out there who can put me on the right track?
Any assistance you could provide would be GREATLY appreciated.
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Well, anyone out there have any tips???

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