Lucky Duck opens the huge box from Oriental Trading, and 150 ducks are inside!
But they won’t be in the box for long. The DUCK HUNT is on, and I hope you’ll play.
Where and when
Starting today, you can find yellow rubber duckies around the Seattle metropolitan area. Soon, they’ll be in other places across the U.S. too. Members of the DUCKarazzi will be receiving envelopes including duckies, and instructions on where to put them. And there’s no end date. So keep your peepers peeled. With 150 ducks to be shared, the DUCK HUNT is going to go on for a while.
What to look for
You’ve seen the creative photos of Lucky Duck in fun spots, like in a bunch of bananas, in the Easter grass, and in the toy store. Look for these cute yellow ducks in funny places. I won’t hide them; I want you to find them! But I will put them in funny places, designed to make you smile.
What to do when you see a yellow rubber duck
Remember when Lucky Duck was sitting on the rail at Seafair, and the party guest abDUCKted him? That’s the idea of the DUCK HUNT. When you see a duck:
- Take the duck, before someone else does. Flip it over. You’ll see the URL for The Adventures of Lucky Duck.
- Go to Lucky Duck’s blog, and click the DUCK HUNT module, which will bring you to the post that explains the DUCK HUNT in full detail.
- Like Lucky Duck on Facebook, if you haven’t already.
- Upload a picture of you and your duck to the Lucky Duck Facebook page. Include your name and where you found the duck.
What you get for doing this
For starters, you can keep the duck. Or, you can pay it forward. After you’ve taken a picture and uploaded it to the Lucky Duck Facebook page, put the duck somewhere for someone else to find.
In the spirit of Throwback
Just don’t tell Lucky Duck about it; he probably won’t find it appropriate or funny. He’ll beak out and call off the DUCK HUNT. And we wouldn’t want that!