It's a favorite promotional campaign cry for businesses across the country, "Christmas in July!" Sometimes it feels that there might actually be a law that states you're not allowed to operate a car dealership or furniture store in America unless you raise your right hand and swear to offer a monetary discount during the sunny summer month.

Photo: Cherry Hill Programs / TSM
Photo: Cherry Hill Programs / TSM
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Southgate Mall is getting in on the fun this year with your chance to celebrate Christmas in July with the jolly one himself, Santa! The mall is offering up a fun photo experience that will let you throw yourself into some fun shots of Santa as he enjoys his summer activities.

Photo: Cherry Hill Programs / TSM
Photo: Cherry Hill Programs / TSM
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I can totally see Santa spending his summer months hitting up theme parks and soaking up rays at the beach. He's probably not worried about the big push to make sure elves are hitting their toy-making goal for another few months. So go ahead and find a picture of yourself and let the fancy computer work a little photo magic to put you in the scene with Santa.

Photo: Cherry Hill Programs / TSM
Photo: Cherry Hill Programs / TSM
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All you have to do to get started is upload a picture HERE. You can choose from five different images, resize the pictures you're adding, move things around, play with the font size, and more. And when you're done you'll have a nice little keepsake to hang on the fridge. Oh, and it's not all summer fun. Just like school kids everywhere, you can experience reality slapping you in the face as summer break ends and you head back to the classroom with Mr. Claus leading the learning. (Thank goodness it's just a digital experience and not real!)

Photo: Cherry Hill Programs / TSM
Photo: Cherry Hill Programs / TSM
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Go on, now! Get going and scroll through your photos to find your favorite ones to turn into Santa memories with Southgate Mall. Or, for even more fun, enjoy your wife's reaction when you ask her to take a picture like the one below because you need it for "something important for work."

Photo: Cherry Hill Programs / TSM
Photo: Cherry Hill Programs / TSM
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