Fourth annual treasure hunt playing a leading role in celebrating ‘918 day’
Today marks Tulsa’s fourth annual 918 day.
The day celebrates the diversity and growth of Tulsa and some Tulsans have celebrated by participating in a citywide scavenger hunt.
“We will definitely be one of the best teams,” said Team Admiral Triplets.
Meet Abby, Amy and Lacy.
They are great friends and together they make up Team Admiral Triplets.
They said scavenger hunts were nothing new to them.
“We’re big scavenger hunt nerds. We try to find whatever we can do and it’s a fun way to get out and walk around town and have some fun,” Team Admiral Triplets said.
Amy says she has lived in Tulsa her entire life and days like today remind her of how far the city has come.
“It has been a lot of fun growing up here and watching the city grow. I feel like I grew up with it,” said the team.
The team said it was also an amazing way to find out more about Tulsa.
“Remembering how cool the city is and going to all the little places you don’t go to every day is a big part of it and I think it’s just a lot of fun,” said Team Admiral Triplets.
This is the first time they have participated in the 918-day treasure hunt together. Today, it is therefore about creating lasting memories and traditions.
“We usually stick to things, and you know how to build traditions around things like this,” the team said.
And they said if you saw them scavenger hunt today, well, they probably beat you.
“We’re going to win. You better be careful,” said the team.
The winning team will be announced next week and will walk away with Tulsa-themed prizes.