Simply, Hidden Cash has exploded. People are going nuts to be apart of this social phenomenon, if that’s what you want to call it. Good or bad, it’s happening and it will be interesting to see what comes of it.
Orange County has lots of great places to bring this scavenger hunt. Here are a couple of suggestions.
There is the Big Angels Hats at Angel Stadium.
There’s lots of artwork throughout the city of Brea.
The Fender Guitar landmarks in Fullerton.
The Chicken Statue at Knott’s Berry Farm.
The Old World Village in Huntington Beach.
Fashion Island in Newport Beach.
The big Ferris Wheel at the Irvin Spectrum.
Source: City of Irvine
The giant dinosaur off the 5 Freeway at the Discovery Zone.
If you have been hiding under a rock, this is what Hidden Cash is.
A person described as a successful real estate investor has been hiding money in different Northern California cities and using the Twitter account @HiddenCash to provide followers with clues to find envelopes that reportedly have $100 or $200 inside, signed “With Love, @hiddencash.” This week he has made the trek to the Los Angeles area. According to @hiddencash, there will be drops made throughout the weekend around Los Angeles and who knows, maybe he’ll make it south into Orange County where the real fun can begin.
If you want to follow @hiddencash, head on over to Twitter where you can find him by searching Hidden Cash.
1 reply on “Bring Hidden Cash to Orange County”
Those are all wonderful places, and I hope he does come to Orange County! If he would ever be so kind…it’s amazing that he is sooo giving!!