>and only has your Cola Santa's colours,
For some reason I thought you were american, derp>>7186939
Slightly different, yeah. At least in practice.
In say, America, he's mostly used for commercial purposes and mall Santa's, here you can work as Santa to spread Christmas joy to kids and adults. You can choose wether or not you get paid, in case for example you don't have the heart to take money from some poor family whom are clearly struggling.
But back to the Santa, as I said, he's largely based on Saint Nick still, but bears the Cola Santa's clothes (mainly because it looks better than the previous Claus wearing leather brown clothes), also of course he's not called Santa Claus here, but Joulupukki.
But that much is obvious.