Lotto winners presented with cheque

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Atlantic Lottery Corporation’s Shawn Ryan (left) managing director for Newfoundland and Labrador, presents Joe and Colleen Gulliver of St. John's with a cheque for $403,607.30. The winnings come from last Friday Lotto Max's draw for the second prize in which the Gullivers matched six out of seven numbers, plus the bonus number. — Photo by Joe Gibbons/The Telegram

Joe and Colleen Gulliver of St. John's were presented with their lotto winnings at the province's Atlantic Lottery Corporation (ALC) headquarters on Hallett Crescent in St. John's this afternoon.

The Gullivers received a cheque for $403,607.30. The winnings come from last Friday Lotto Max's draw for the second prize in which the Gullivers matched six out of seven numbers, plus the bonus number. The winning numbers were 1-18-19-29-31-32-46 and the Bonus No. 36.

Joe says he already bought himself a new 2013 pickup truck, while Colleen says she will be shopping for some new furniture.

 

 

Organizations: Atlantic Lottery Corporation

Geographic location: St. John's

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  • SP
    February 01, 2013 - 08:13

    Political Watcher- it's because of security reasons in validating the legitimacy of the ticket that is ultimately brought forward. Once the ticket is confirmed as a valid winner, the location is released. This is an industry standard process to help mitigate fraud. It is also completely transparent and all winners and locations are available to the public following the due diligence review process by Atlantic Lottery.

  • Blair Brookfield
    February 01, 2013 - 08:00

    Political watcher, I suspect the winners want to remain anonymous and I can't really blame them given the size of the prize.

  • STEPH
    February 01, 2013 - 07:03

    appparently in the gift shop at the HSC.

  • Political Watcher
    February 01, 2013 - 06:11

    I am confused, ALC knows exactly where the big winning ticket was sold and even the time it was sold. Why don't they come out and identify where it was sold. Something doesn't seem right here.