Nys Lottery

January 1, 2011 by staff 

Nys Lottery, A store clerk and an independent contractor, both of Rochester, Monroe County, are the most recent New York Powerball Power Play winners. Lottery dizer Gretchen was in Rochester today to award winners, 60 years, Richard Garney and 45, Michael Taggart, Power Play with their prices just in time for the holidays.

“I’m so excited my nose turned red.” Thus, Michael Taggart, 45, describes his response to winning a million and the option of New York Powerball Power Play. Rudolph similar reaction to the contractor Independent came to light five of his handpicked numbers drawn in the Powerball drawing December 1st, which earned him a great habit of second place award. Players who match the first five numbers in the Powerball drawing usually receive and 200,000. Because Taggart and additional paid 1 to add the Power Play option depending on his bet, his second place award was increased to $ 1,000,000.

“I always play the same numbers, a mixture of family birthdays, and hope for the best,” he said. “This time, he said, after checking her numbers online,” I started shaking. The feeling was just a big “wow.”

Taggart said he was anxious to play Santa Claus this year. “My children are older to make plans for the money, but my immediate plan is to pay my mortgage.” Taggart said that he and his wife, Danielle, may also use part of their $ 660 300 lump sum to take some professional development courses.

Taggart bought his winning ticket on December 1st at the Market & Deli on Lyell Lyell Ave. in Rochester. The winning numbers for Powerball for December 1st were 5, 10, 11, 12, 20, and Power Ball 2.

Richard Garney is a store clerk at 7-Eleven Monroe Ave. store in Rochester by day and a chief executive to his own catering company during the night. And now, the contractor can add lottery millionaire to his resume. Garney, 60, said he was skeptical at first to pay an extra dollar for the Power Play option, which helped win and one million Powerball drawing the November 3rd. For Garney, the evidence was in the pudding.

“I ask for the Power Play option, because you never know,” he said. “This could be the difference between winning and win 200,000 and $ 1,000,000. It was worth it for me.”

Garney, a self-described content, clergyman knows exactly how he will spend his winnings. “I called my company Black Orchid holiday because of the time, love and care that go into the awareness of orchids. The same could be said for growing a business. That’s what I want to do “. Garney is also planning to put some of his lump sum at retirement.

Garney bought his winning ticket Oct. 31 at Monroe Avenue. 7-Eleven, where he works. He claimed his prize November 15 in Central Lottery Customer Service in Rochester, after consultation with its financial advisors. Garney will receive his $ 1,000,000 Powerball Power Play prize in a net payment total and 660,300. The winning numbers for Powerball drawing November 3rd was 34, 38, 39, 45, 50, and Power Ball 33.

New York Power Play multiplier is an optional feature available to all players Powerball. The device, which costs an extra $ 1 per game, gives players a chance to multiply their earnings at the lower prize category. Players such as Taggart and Garney who choose Power Play option and match the first five numbers drew, automatically win and 1,000,000. Players who match five numbers but not to opt for the $ 1 Power Play option to receive a prize and 200,000 species.

New York Lottery continues to be the biggest lottery and most profitable in North America, earning more than $ 39.3 billion in education support statewide since its founding 40 years ago. The Lottery and contributed nearly $ 2.67 billion during 2009-2010 to help support education in the State of New York, which was more than 12 percent of total public funding of education for local school districts.

Lottery revenue is distributed to local school districts by the same statutory formula used to distribute state aid to education others. It takes into account both the size of a school district and its income level, more; school districts with low incomes will receive proportionately larger shares of lottery funding for schools.

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