LANSING, June 22, 2007 – Four more Super Raffle players have claimed their prize money, bringing the total to 20 claims of $100,000 and one claim of $2 million that the Lottery has paid since Monday’s drawing.
The most recent claimants, all of $100,000, included the following:
An anonymous player purchased a winning ticket at Wadham’s Pharmacy in Kimball. The player plans to use the prize money to build a cabin. The 47-year-old is a regular Raffle games player
A longtime player experienced “sheer excitement” and will invest and use prize money for a vacation. The Waterford winner purchased the lucky ticket at the Kroger in Waterford.
The Meijer in Adrian sold a winning ticket to an Adrian player. The winner, who bought two Millionaire Raffle tickets, has no immediate plans for the money.
A $100,000 winning ticket, purchased at Parklane Cork and Bottle in Detroit, was also claimed anonymously.
There were two $2 million winners, 25 $100,000 winners and 4,500 $500 winners in the Super Raffle drawing, which was conducted Monday.
All proceeds from the Lottery are contributed to the state School Aid Fund which supports kindergarten through 12th grade public education in Michigan. In fiscal year 2006, the contribution was $688 million.
For additional information, please visit the Lottery’s Web site at https://www.michiganlottery.com/.
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