Elementary School Workers Hit 12 Million SuperLotto Plus

February 10th, 2011   ·   Add Your Comment Now...

Admin workers from an elementary school in Montebello, Los Angeles were ecstatic to win Saturday’s California SuperLotto Plus.

The eleven strong syndicate group, which included the Principal, were a combination of full and part-time admin workers.

When the group heard the winning ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven in Whittier, they immediately checked their ticket, and were ecstatic to discover they matched all 5 winning numbers — and the mega number. Janitor Ramon Soliz, the representative for the group, said they couldn’t stop jumping and screaming.


They claimed the prize on Tuesday and share a cash payout after taxes of $7.1 millon.

The syndicate had been running for just two years before their big win.

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