The British based automaker MINI is planning to deliver letters to Santa Claus in a convoy which will arrive at the Arctic Circle later on this year.
MINI has announced its plans to attempt a new Guinness World Record which will have something to do with the longest Christmas list delivered for Santa Claus this year. A convoy of MINI vehicles will leave for the Arctic Circle with letters for Santa Claus and in order to achieve this goal, the car manufacturer will involve some key markets, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany and Russia.
“A convoy of MINIs will be travelling to Rovaniemi located at the Arctic Circle to bring Santa Claus Christmas letters written by children and adults from all over the world. At the same time, MINI will be competing for the Official Guinness World Records attempt by trying to assemble the longest wishlist to Santa Claus”, as the automaker is saying in its official press release.
According to the car manufacturer, the convoy of MINI vehicles will include the Roadster, the Coupe, the Cooper hatch / cabrio, the Clubman and the Countryman and it will leave the BMW Headquarters on the 24th of November, travelling to Rovaniemi, Finland, in the Arctic Circle, for more than 3,000 km (1,864 miles). It will be greeted there by the winner of the 1967 Monte Carlo Rally, Rauno Aaltonen, who ill demonstrate his talent behind the wheel of the new Paceman.