FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2012
21 SCRATCH-OFF PLAYERS WIN CASH PRIZES IN SECOND CHANCE PROMOTION
~ First $10,000 E-X-treme Cash Second Chance Drawing held today ~
TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Lottery held the first of three second chance drawings for non-winning tickets from the CASH family of Scratch-Off games in the $10,000 E-X-treme Cash Second Chance Promotion. One grand prize winner won a $10,000 cash prize. In addition, 20 second prize winners won $500 cash prizes.
The first drawing’s grand prize winner is listed below. For a complete list of winners, and for more information about the CASH family of games and the second chance promotion, please visit the Florida Lottery’s website at www.flalottery.com http://www.flalottery.com .
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Two second chance drawings remain and will be held on August 15 and September 5.
Players may enter their non-winning tickets from the CASH family of Scratch-Off games on the Lottery’s website. Tickets must be entered by midnight the night before each drawing to be included in the drawing.
The CASH family of Scratch-Off games launched on July 3, 2012, and offers players more than $150 million in cash prizes and the chance to win 2X, 5X, 10X, 20X or even 50X the cash shown on the ticket. With prices ranging from $1 to $10, there’s something for everyone.
ABOUT THE FLORIDA LOTTERY
The Florida Lottery reinvests nearly 99 percent of its revenue into the state’s economy through prize payouts, donations to education, and money paid to Florida retailers. In 2011, playing Florida Lottery games made 79 people millionaires. Since its beginning in 1988, the Florida Lottery has transferred billions of dollars to the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund, investing in Florida’s future leaders through school construction, K-12 classroom support and more than 550,000 Bright Futures scholarships. The games of the Florida Lottery are designed to fuel excitement while funding tomorrow. For more information, visit www.flalottery.com http://www.flalottery.com .
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