Bradley started South of the North Pole after the birth of his son, who had to have heart surgery right after he was born.
Bradley walked the halls of St. Louis Children's Hospital for a month talking to parents and trying to figure out what he could do to bring a little extra holiday cheer.
Luckily, Bradley was able to use his partially built woodshop to tackle the task of making wood toys for kids.
After seeing so many faces light up with joy, South of the North Pole was officially born.
It's Bradley's dream to donate toys to every children's hospital in the United States, and if not in his lifetime, he hopes in his son's.
Bradley hopes to one day pass the South of the North Pole torch to his son.
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