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October 5th, 2016   ·   Add Your Comment Now...

Lottery Stories Of The Week

This week’s stories of lottery success involves ordinary financially struggling people.  In the first case, an unemployed man’s headache lead him to a $5 million payout.  Other stories include that of a thirsty school custodian who bought drinks and a winning lottery ticket at the same store and a parking lot attendant who won a million dollars playing Powerball.

Most interesting perhaps is the story of Dawn Jones who refuses to retire from two nursing jobs even after winning a $7 million lottery prize.

Parking Lot Attendant Wins $1 Million
This time luck visited a parking lot attendant from Wilmington.  Terry Wallington said he cried tears of joy on learning he had won a million dollars playing the Powerball lottery.

Thirsty School Custodian Posts Million Dollar Win
Michael Owenby got thirsty helping his friend shop for a car, so he went to the M&S Food on Patton Avenue in Asheville.  While at the store he decided to buy $5, $10, and $20 tickets and got extremely lucky.

Trenton Nurse Wins $1,000 A Day For Life
When Dawn Jones reported back to both of her nursing jobs, she got disbelieving stares from her workmates.  Apparently, it is quite surprising to see a $7 million winner back at work.

Headache Leads Man To $5 Million Lotto Win
We’ve heard different ways people were seemingly lead by a series of events to big lottery wins.  A trip to the grocers, buying food or drinks, dreams, lucky numbers are just some of them.  In Eric Rubenstein’s case it was a splitting headache which lead him to riches.

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