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National Be a Millionaire Day!

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Sure the odds of winning the lottery are roughly 1 in 175,223,510, but it's always fun to think of what you would do with that money.
And today's the day to dream.  It's "National Be A Millionaire Day".
To celebrate, the Hoosier Lottery is doing promotions at 17 retailers around the state. 
In Mishawaka, the Hoosier Lottery will be celebrating local wins at Village Pantry at 13060 E. Jefferson Blvd. in Mishawaka, a retailer that sold a $1 million winning ticket in 2004. Starting at 6 a.m., the first 50 people to purchase $5 worth of Mega Millions tickets at that lucky location will get a FREE Mega Millions ticket, while supplies last!

Across the state. the Hoosier Lottery has made 600 Millionaires.
You can read more by clicking on the link.  https://www.hoosierlottery.com/media/press-releases/feeling-lucky-be-a-millionaire-day-is-tuesday,-may-20-%281%29?WT.cg_n=Homepage_Latest_News&WT.cg_s=Feeling+lucky%3f+Be+a+Millionaire+Day+is+Tuesday%2c+May+20

Good luck and play responsibly. 

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