48 Health Care Workers To Share $1M Lotto Max Prize

November 28th, 2015   ·   Add Your Comment Now...

48 employees of the Baie Verte Peninsula Health Centre just got early Christmas presents courtesy of the Lotto Max.  That is because winner and syndicate trustee Kevin Vey won a million dollar payout.

The group usually start collecting $7 each whenever the jackpot exceeds $15 million, and anybody can just chip in.  This time 48 people did.  This means each of them will receive $20,833.  Most of the winners plan to use their shares for vacation and holiday festivities, but one wants to start an educational fund for his child.

Read more in http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/baie-verte-lottery-winners-1.3336392

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