• Free Cash Coming Back to Los Angeles


    LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The real estate investor who rose to fame as @HiddenCash by hiding money across the state, sending hordes of treasure hunters to the streets and beaches, plans to return to the Los Angeles area beginning Thursday.

    The man behind the once-anonymous Twitter account, Jason Buzi, wrote on his account today, “Los Angeles: and surrounding areas (Orange County, Inland Empire …): Beginning this Thursday, for 4 days only. Get ready!”

    “Guess there will always be critics and doubters, but we really just wanted to do something FUN with our $$$, and this has been soooo fun!” he added.

    Buzi was hiding money in the Fresno area today. Over the weekend, he hid Pez candy dispensers with $50, $60 and $100 in them on Pacific Beach in San Diego County.

    Earlier this year, he hid cash in Burbank. In May, he put money inside Angry Birds toys and hid them on Hermosa Beach.

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