The man known as “Hidden Cash” was back on the job Saturday morning in the Inland Empire.
A day after making a money drop in the San Fernando Valley, the real estate mogul behind “Hidden Cash” treated Orange County residents to a treasure hunt of their own.
The man behind @HiddenCash returned to the Southland Thursday.
On Sunday, he left 25 PEZ dispensers full of money ($50, $60 and $100) buried in the sand on a San Diego beach.
The mystery man and real estate developer behind the craze tweeted (@HiddenCash) about the possibility Wednesday night.
Bay Area real estate investor Jason Buzi went public as Hidden Cash in a CNN interview.
The man, who told CBS2/KCAL9 earlier this week he simply wants to inspire others to give back, posted hints on his Twitter page about where nine stacks of cash could be found Sunday morning.
The anonymous millionaire who’s delighted Southland residents with his hidden cash drops struck again Saturday morning, this time creating a scavenger hunt at Hermosa Beach.
An anonymous millionaire who has been hiding cash and giving hints on where to find it on Twitter left three stashes of money throughout Pasadena Friday.
An anonymous millionaire who has been hiding cash and giving hints to find it on Twitter shared his first clue for the second drop in Los Angeles Thursday afternoon.
An anonymous millionaire who has been hiding cash all over the Bay Area brought his scavenger hunt for money to the Southland.