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Madd Hatta to Party with 500 "Elves"

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Last week, The Boxx (97.9 FM) DJ Madd Hatta (right) had Houston-area parents write him, not Santa, letters recommending their kids be chosen as one of 500 "Hatta's Elves." One hundred children were chosen each day, with the lucky youngsters receiving invitations to Hatta's private party tomorrow morning at Dave & Buster's. The lucky youngsters have a chance to win one of 100 bikes, basketballs and pairs of Rockets tickets.

Evidently Hatta is in close contact with Santa, because the old man is scheduled to appear at the party, while Atlanta's DJ Unk works the ones and twos. The party is closed to the public, but will be broadcast live on The Boxx from 7-10 a.m. - Chris Gray

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