Don’t fear, Seattleites. Red Lightning has saved the city’s sound!
To fulfill the wish of Nick, a 7-year-old with leukemia, Zillow joined with the city of Seattle and Make-A-Wish® to help him channel his inner superhero.
— Zillow (@zillow) November 14, 2014
After the evil, boy-band obsessed Bobby Poppins stole iconic Seattle music by Jimi Hendrix, Pearl Jam, Dave Mathews and even Macklemore, Red Lightning hit the streets in search of the villain.
— Raymond RJ Jones (@RrrrrJ) November 14, 2014
At approximately 1:45 p.m., Red Lightning entered Russell Investments Center at Second Avenue and Union Street.
— Catherine Overman (@cat_overman) November 14, 2014
The crowd cheered as soon as they spotted the superhero’s shiny, red cape.
— Melly K (@jenkinssss) November 14, 2014
But the question remained: Where was the evil Bobby Poppins? Using his super powers, Red Lightning figured out the secret hideout of Bobby’s assistant, Kitty Catch. On the 34th floor of Zillow headquarters, he found her seated at her throne overlooking Puget Sound.
— Stan Humphries (@StanHumphries) November 14, 2014
Kitty refused to disclose Bobby’s location, but Red Lightning used his super powers once again to figure out the villain was hiding at Seattle’s Underground Tour.
— Katie Kayrell (@katiekayrell) November 14, 2014
The man in red raced to finish his mission, proving heroism comes in all sizes and against all odds.
— Spencer Rascoff (@spencerrascoff) November 14, 2014