Our Founder and CER
Born: In a tree
Birth order: Oldest of 47
Allergies: Nuts (bummer)
Status: Single but looking
Health: Excellent oral hygeine, elevated heart rate, long toenails
Hobbies: Taunting dogs, running across low-hanging telephone lines, poetry
Turn offs: large trucks, small trucks, cars, long winters, slow internet speed
Favorite dessert: Pumpkin seed pie
Motto he lives by: Because life is short - let's get nuts!
The Definition of Squirrel
Squirrel (n): A super-cute tree-dwelling rodent
Squirrel (v): To hide something of value in a safe place
Squirrel (v): To move in a restless, curious manner
Scoot is the founder and Chief Executive Rodent (CER) at Home Treasure Hunts.
Scoot attended Knothole College and graduated with a degree in advanced fence jumping and a minor in traffic avoidance. Despite a bright future in the family business (Bushy Tail Nest Builders, LLC), Scoot always had his sights set on something bigger.
Scoot recalls growing up with nothing. "As a child, I lived in a one room home with dozens of family members. We barely had a roof over our heads, just twigs and leaves", Scoot reflects. "I wanted to give my family something more, something fun, something that will make the days memorable. So, I created Home Treasure Hunts".
"Growing up the oldest of 47, it was my role to entertain my siblings while mom rooted for insects and dad traveled for work", recalls Scoot. "I developed all sorts of games and activities. My favorite was hide and seek. I was SO GOOD at hiding things in the yard that I had to give my little brothers and sisters clues to find the hidden treasures. Let's just say I was a squirrelly squirrel who could really squirrel!"
Scoot used his experience with his siblings to build his Home Treasure Hunt empire. "Sure, it is a lot of hard work but I love what I do. I love the fact that I'm able to bring human children so much joy. Without leaving the home, kids can have a unique adventure and they are smiling the entire time. Now that, to me, makes it all worth it. Now, if you'll excuse me, I believe there's a neighborhood dog I need to taunt".