Can You Find the $10,000 That’s Been Hidden Somewhere in New Hampshire?
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Justin Spencer is the creator of the Manchester-based band "Recycled Percussion". They do so much for Granite Staters through their show and brand called "Chaos and Kindness".
A lot of negative stuff has happened in the world over the past few years, and Justin is always doing what he can to bring joy and hope to people's lives. One time, he hopped on his Harley and took a ride to a trailer park in Loudon, New Hampshire, to visit the trailer he lived in from age 8-11. He knocked on the door to introduce himself, but no one answered. He slipped a $1,000 check under the door with a note that said “I grew up in this house”. Another time during a Christmas season of the pandemic, he went into a Walmart store and bought every single kid's bike they had, and donated them to children in need. And now, Justin and his kindness squad are back at it!
According to their Facebook, Recycled Percussion has hidden $10,000 somewhere in the state, and NO ONE knows where it is except for the band's legal team.
Why does Justin enjoy doing this? He grew up on the movie "The Goonies", and has always wanted to find treasure. The fact that he can create a treasure hunt for other people is a dream come true! Sounds like a good enough reason to me. Let the games begin.
Here's what we know about this scavenger hunt:
The money will be within the borders of New Hampshire.
Anyone from any state can play.
Justin suggests that you recruit a few friends and get a team going, then split the money.
By November 20, you will have all of the clues you need to find the money. Follow Recycled Percussion on Facebook or Instagram for all the most recent updates.