The Easter egg hunt ran in conjunction with the Bunny Hop 5K Fun Run earlier in the morning across UTPB's campus.
The company also said they would compensate any customers who missed out in the egg hunt.
Of the 15,000 eggs, 652 were stamped indicating a $1 prize.
Think Easter egg hunts are just for the kids?
Lighthouse for the Blind of Tyler hosted its annual event for more than 30 children at the Boys and Girls Club in Tyler on Thursday. Many businesses and individuals donated both money and prizes for the event.
Additional activities at today's events include carrot painting, bunny ear making, and a chance to take a picture with the Easter Bunny.
The egg hunt brought him and many others out to play.
For the rest of the 27th annual egg hunt, put on by Camas Parks and Recreation, there was very little in the way of April Fools' pranking.
Overall, the event went smoothly and was a success, Amador said.
"One of the things we found moving to Delmar is that Delmar is a good community".
"That's how we serve this community, caring for the moms and dads, single moms, single dads, and it's a great way for us to be a blessing and give back on this Easter", Young said.
In past years, she said, volunteers boiled and dyed 7,000 eggs at the Monterey Youth Center, starting a week before the hunt.
"It's cool because they are going to have treats and stuff inside the eggs and they are going to try to find the eggs and it's really cool because it's Easter", said Caleb Grennell. She says beeping Easter eggs make it possible for siblings to take part in the Easter tradition together. Only one golden egg per child.
Kids raced around the yard near 950 Field Drive in Noblesville looking for eggs filled with candy and tickets to win prizes. Adilynn said she might share some of her candy with her mom and step-father, but not with her 9-month-old sister, Skylar Harris. "Even with the bad weather it was great".