More than two decades ago, a group of 10 high-school friends from Spokane, Wash., started a game of "tag" -- and as adults, they revive the game each February for one month. The group, which includes a teacher, a priest and Nordstrom's chief marketing officer, fly across the country to stalk one another and will hide in car trunks or sneak into homes to reach their targets. "You're like a deer or elk in hunting season," player Joe Tombari said.

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