This is one profitable scavenger hunt.
An anonymous do-gooder is hiding $100 bills around Vancouver and tweeting clues for how to find them.
@HiddenCashVancouver began Wednesday
Let's start with a super-easy one. This is the view from the first little envelope... pic.twitter.com/GcyQFbCMT8— HiddenCashVancouver (@HiddenCashYVR) May 28, 2014
The 2nd one is just as easy... If you're looking at the fish from this angle, just reach down and you'll catch $100! pic.twitter.com/9wwgKMurZR— HiddenCashVancouver (@HiddenCashYVR) May 28, 2014
Ever wonder what these gray Canada Post boxes are for..? Well... I just found another use for this one... pic.twitter.com/wIKWzDXZcv— HiddenCashVancouver (@HiddenCashYVR) May 30, 2014
The mystery man behind the idea is described as a "successful Vancouver businessman" inspired by a similar initiative that started in San Francisco last week, he told Global News.
“It is a nice way to give back," he said. "The city [has been] very good to me. What a great opportunity and way for me to be able to do it."
And he sure is making people happy.
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