Two $100,000 Super Raffle prizes still unclaimed

LANSING, June 29, 2007 – Only two of 25 $100,000 prizes in the Super Raffle drawing, with tickets purchased at Party Palace Liquor Inc. in Shelby Township and Town and Country Liquor in Southfield, are still unclaimed.

Recent $100,000 claims include the following:

  • A Detroit player learned of his winnings when he saw the name of the retailer where he’d purchased his ticket, House of Cognac in Detroit, on the Lottery’s Web site (  The regular player said this is his first big prize.
  • An anonymous Warren player couldn’t believe the luck of winning the $100,000 and will use the money for his children’s college education and perhaps a vacation. The winning ticket was purchased at Absolute Liquor in Warren
  • The West Side Shell station in Coldwater sold a winning ticket to an anonymous Coldwater player who hasn’t yet decided how to spend the winnings.

In addition to the 25 $100,000 prizes, the drawing also awarded two $2 million prizes, both of which have been claimed.  An anonymous winner who purchased a ticket at the Sylvan Quality Market in Sylvan Lake claimed Wednesday and a winner who purchased a ticket at the Speedway on Plymouth Road in Livonia claimed on June 19.

Other winning $100,000 tickets claimed since the drawing were sold at Novi Fill Up in Novi; Portage Amoco in Portage; Kroger in Brighton; Kroger in Waterford; Relli’s in DeWitt; A&B Wine Shoppe in Warren; Loyal Order of Moose in Adrian; Welcome Inn in Stevensville; Iron Mike’s in New Boston; Bedford Market in Bedford; 7-11 in Garden City; Speedway in Grand Rapids; Speedway in Westland; Meijer in Adrian; Finesee Food Store in Warren; Wadhams Pharmacy in Kimball; Wixom Food Market in Wixom; Shelby Get N Go in Shelby Township; Parklane Cork & Bottle in Detroit; and Michael’s Party Store in Mt. Clemens.

Also awarded in the drawing were 4,500 prizes of $500 each.

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

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