Lotto Max Winner

May 24, 2011 by staff 

Lotto Max WinnerLotto Max Winner, A man from Vancouver Island and his family and 36 million richer after winning on Friday and 36 million-lottery jackpot of Max, a Victoria television station reported.

David Rennie, his wife Sandra Morgan and his son Kyle Rennie were videotaped holding the winning ticket Chek-TV on Saturday. Earlier, Trevor Miller, with a. C. Lottery Corp. said the winning ticket was bought in Campbell River, a community with a population of 32,000. Miller said it was the only winning ticket in Canada, and nobody had yet presented to demand. “Obviously there is a lot of emotion. Especially when the big victory that occurs in a relatively small town, there are plenty of rumors in the city,” he said.

“It’s important to remember that although the ticket was sold in this city does not necessarily mean that the winner is from that city. It could have been someone who bought it on the road. It could also, of course, be a group of persons is a ticket too. A lot of things we do not know yet. Hoping to hear soon, though. “The chances of winning and the 36 million jackpot were one in 29 million dollars. The winner or winners have one year to claim the prize.

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