And 70 years old man living in Riviera Beach, Became a millionaire by winning the jackpot from Florida lotteryConsisting of three and a half million dollars.
David James won this monday Florida Lotto Revealed from the press release of the drawing held on May 11, 2022 at Lottery Headquarters in Tallahassee Florida Lottery,
recipients selected to receive their award as a Single payment of $2,263,300.18,
James purchased the winning ticket at a public at 228 Blue Heron Boulevard East in Riviera Beach in Palm Beach County, South Florida. The store will receive an additional $30,000 commission for the sale of winning tickets.
The official Florida Lottery website also announced that the next drawing will take place on August 31 at 11:15 p.m. ET with an estimated $7.75 million jackpot. Florida Lottery game drawings are broadcast on 20 carrier stations throughout the state.
The statement makes it clear that the Florida Lottery has contributed more than $42 billion to improve education and send more than 917,000 students to college through the Bright Futures Scholarship Program.
The Florida Lottery reinvests 99 percent of its revenue back into the local economy through prize payments, commissions to more than 13,000 ticket vendors, and transfers to education.
The site notes that since 1988, Florida lottery games have awarded more than $80 billion in prizes and made more than 3,500 people millionaires.
just two months ago another Floridians won the jackpot $5,000,000 in Luck Scratch-Off Game. The winner on that occasion, Ray Fundora, 40, also opted to receive his winnings in a payout representing $3,815,000.
Another man won in April One Million Dollars With Scratch Off The lottery ticket you bought while you were refueling your vehicle at a gas station. Mohamed Hussein, 65, a resident of Leesburg City in Lake County, was lucky. His luck led him to win his victory in a lump sum payment of $820,000.
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