Mega Millions Winner

August 20, 2011 by staff 

Mega Millions WinnerMega Millions Winner, Don Treut has extra encouragement in their footsteps today. The resident of 70 years, Auburn and retired car salesman and won 250,000 in the draw game, Mega Millions.

“Before today the most I’ve won and it was 600,” Treut said. Treut bought his ticket of your favorite supermarket, the market for the main street of Auburn.

“I lived across the street from the store for 20 years. I could not believe when I saw I won,” said Treut. “I asked Rob (Gerson), the shop owner to check the ticket because I thought it was a mistake.”

There was an error. “We’re really excited about Don,” said Gerson. “He’s a really nice guy, and all my employees love it. Is someone great that we won every day?

“Auburn is a very lucky right now as someone who just won the Lotto jackpot last month.”

The winner was Jack Gerson refers Poltz Jr., who won 6.4 million in July and plays the lottery and bought his ticket at the TOP Food & Drug Auburn Way North.

Auburn is not only luck; Lottery players in Washington throughout the state were lucky enough to play Mega Millions and Powerball recently. This week alone, three second-tier winning tickets were sold in Washington.

Second level are the Mega Millions tickets or Powerball tickets that match all five numbers but not the Mega Ball or Powerball. There is an unclaimed prize of 250,000 and a Mega Millions ticket purchased in Lakewood from the same drawing that won Treut. There are another large unclaimed prizes out there for Powerball and 200,000 second-line jackpots were sold in Olympia for the preparation of Wednesday.

Lotto officials advise participants to check their tickets.

Treut plans to pay bills with their winnings and put the rest in the bank.

Main Street Market on East Main Street Auburn and the retailer received a bonus of 2,500 and retail to win big in Treut.

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