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April 25, 2024

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Bunny Squad to the Rescue!

Have a little more fun this Easter with the help of the Bunny Squad, who's ready to hide eggs in your yard!

Have you ever wanted to take all the fuss out of hiding eggs in the yard for the kids to find. Maybe you always forget and the kids then have to wait for you to complete the task. Well, if you live in the Franklin, Brentwood and Bellevue area, the Bunny Squad is ready to hide some eggs for you!

The Easter Bunny and his Bunny Squad hide treat-filled eggs in your yard on two select dates: April 19 or 20. It's only $10 for two dozen treat-filled eggs and you can order in batches of 24 up to as many as you'd like. And this year, the Easter Bunny is available to make an appearance for photos, too! They can also bring Krispy Kreme doughnuts ($10 more) to make your day extra sweet. When registering, be sure to pick the exact day you want eggs hidden at your home or event and what time of day.

If you don't want to have them at your home, but want a local non-profit to enjoy the fun, then donate! Your donation gives the Bunny Squad a chance to deliver and hide eggs at events for two area non-profit organizations. The Bunny Squad hopes to get 300 – 500 eggs donated for two non-profit events. On Saturday, April 13, the Bunny Squad helps out the non-profit organization Vanderbilt Housestaff Alliance, which supports families of residents and fellows in medical training at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. On Friday, April 19, they hop on over to the Franklin Boys & Girls Club for their Club egg hunt. Just choose "DONATION: 2 Dz Treat-Filled Eggs for Non-Profit Egg Hunt" on the online order form.

If you would like to hire the Easter Bunny and his Bunny Squad for another date in April for a larger event or special occasion, please contact them for availability. They can do school and church events, community and neighborhood events as well as corporate celebrations for your employees and their families.

A few notes to remember:

  • Easter Eggs are filled with peanut-free treats, small toys and stickers. (Some items may be too small for very young children and could be choking hazards.)
  • In case of light rain, the Bunny Squad will still hide Easter Eggs as scheduled.
  • In case of heavier rain, the Bunny Squad will deliver Easter Eggs (and doughnuts) to your porch so that you can create your own indoor hunt.

The Bunny Squad fundraiser helps to raise money for its Destination Imagination team to go to Global Finals. Learn more about them

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