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9/30/2008 4:12:09 PM

COLUMBIA, SC (September 30, 2008) - Lottery players have their methods. According to a recent lottery winner, all of the big winning tickets are sold at “out of town” country stores. The woman’s proof was a ticket worth $1 million.

She stored the Cash Bonanza Riches ticket in a secret place and tried to go to sleep. “It was the longest night,” admitted the Sumter resident, who wishes to keep her identity private.

The Sumter woman claimed the prize last Thursday and shared her plans with Lottery. She has been wanting a new house for quite sometime and now has the funds to make it happen. She also mentioned the possibility of a new car and helping her children.

The winning ticket was purchased at Youngs Food Stores #615 in Bishopville.


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