treasure hunt


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treasure hunt

a game in which players act upon successive clues and are eventually directed to a prize
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Captain Blimey's founders were inspired by the vigor and longevity of this real-world treasure hunt to develop a digital treasure hunt.
The AAB Treasure Hunt is a CSR initiative promoting public parks in Qatar while reminding the participants to observe road safety practices.
Hugh Dunleavy, said: "The Qatar Airways Travel Festival is hugely popular and I'm thrilled that the celebration includes an interactive treasure hunt to find a Golden Ticket.
An additional four clues will be available on the final day of Local History Month for those wishing to enter the Treasure Hunt competition to win a top prize.
Fans who are unable to locate either treasures will get three more chances to win an additional $500 on the same day as the treasure hunt.
1) Choose a location for your treasure hunt BEFORE you even start thinking about treasure hunt clues for kids, or a prize, you need to know how many kids will be participating in the hunt, and their ages.
The treasure hunt will be free to enter and the first person to complete the treasure hunt will receive a prize.
Another recent innovation of the treasure hunt game is where everyday users can play hourly jackpot.
Auto Business News-July 23, 2013--Maruti Suzuki India organises treasure hunt rally in Odisha(C)1994-2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
New Delhi, July 22 -- Maruti Suzuki India Limited, country's largest car manufacturer organised a treasure hunt rally in Bangalore on the weekend.
A Treasure Hunt for Mama and Me: Helping Children Cope with Parental Illness" is a story for children age 5 and up about a special nature hike shared by a boy named Billy and his mother, who is treated for symptoms of Parkinson's Disease.
Spring Photo Treasure Hunt: Grab your digital camera and plan a treasure hunt to help your kids discover spring

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