Super Raffle numbers drawn

LANSING, October 22, 2007 – Winners galore!  Over 4,500 lucky Super Raffle players can now claim their big prizes ranging from $500 to the top prize of $2 million!

In drawing No. 5 conducted earlier today 4,527 numbers were selected at random.  Two top prizes of $2 million, 25 prizes of $100,000 and 4,500 prizes of $500 winner be awarded to the lucky ticket holders.

The two winning $2 million Millionaire Raffle tickets were sold at Van’s Party Store in Eastpointe and Murphy’s USA #7234 in Sandusky.

In addition to the two $2 million winners, 25 tickets worth $100,000 were sold at the Felpausch #886 in Eaton Rapids; Meijer #28 in Flint; Abajee Investments Inc in Harrison Township; Meijer #70 in Woodhaven; Partner Petro Mart in Warren; Speedway #2201 in Livonia; Sara Mini Mart in Harper Woods; Kroger #411 in Saginaw; Tobacco Superstore in Farmington Hills; Elliott’s Cigar in Grand Rapids; Quality Dairy #15 in Haslett; Speedway #8772 in Imlay City; CVS Pharmacy in Northville; Draft House in Dewitt; Petro Power Inc in Saline; Jimy’s Liquor in Flint; Marathon in Taylor; Northern Pass Marathon in Manistee; Andy & Brothers Shell in Dearborn Heights; Jan’s Party Store in Bay City; Sand’s Lounge in Livonia; Jefferson Liquor in Saint Claire Shores; Meijer #221 in Grandville; Bobbie’s Pineview in Midland; Portage Road Shell #4770 in Portage.

Another 4,500 lucky players won prizes of $500 each.

“The best part of these games is meeting our winners.  We can’t wait to award all this prize money!” Acting Lottery Commissioner Tom Weber said.  “Thanks to all who played the Super Raffle!”

All winning numbers are available on the Lottery’s Web site at  Players can also check their winning tickets at any Michigan Lottery retailer or Lottery regional office.

Any winner with a ticket worth $2 million or $100,000 must call the Lottery’s Public Relations office at 517-373-1237 to schedule an appointment to claim their prize.

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.

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