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Hidden Cash Now Popping Up in Spartanburg

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Hidden Cash craze now hits Spartanburg thanks to anonymous donor. Hidden Cash craze now hits Spartanburg thanks to anonymous donor.
Now someone else in the Upstate is now joining in on the hidden cash phenomenon.

Someone inspired by the Facebook page "Hidden Cash Greenville" is now conducting a similar hidden cash hunt in Spartanburg on Facebook.

The person is posting clues on the "Hidden Cash Spartanburg" Facebook page and also wishes to remain anonymous.

"We saw the lady in Greenville helping people so we were like 'Let's do it. Let's do it for Spartanburg. We need to help people in our community and this is our way of helping those in need."

The page was started Friday and so far two winners have found 50 dollars each.

Sunday's winner took them to "The Beacon".

The organizer says they plan on doing this eight more times and they say the clues are going to get tougher. 

We've also seen Facebook pages for Hidden Cash Anderson and Belton & Piedmont SC Hidden Cash

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