ROSETOWN RESIDENT TO CONTINUE LIVING THE DREAM

Clint Kennedy’s Saturday got a million times better after he discovered LOTTO MAX’s MAXMILLIONS draws. The Rosetown resident won $1 million on the June 1 draw.

“I didn’t know about MAXMILLIONS until I saw all the extra numbers below the main draw,” he said. “I went through them; I was stunned when I found my number close to the top of the list!”

“I started pacing around the kitchen,” he continued. “I couldn’t believe it – it didn’t feel real.”

The happy winner said he checked his ticket on the WCLC Lottery Manager app to make sure he was seeing things right.

“I wasn’t sure how the draw worked,” he said. “I needed the confirmation.”

Kennedy said he’s keeping one thing in mind as he starts making plans for his windfall.

“I’m already living the dream,” he said. “I have a great wife and two wonderful kids. We just get to live a little more comfortably now.”

“We’re going to be debt-free,” he said. “We’ll pay off the house and our bills. After that we’ll put some away for our kids’ education and our retirement.”

The happy winner said after taking care of the more practical items on his to-do list, he plans to make a fun purchase.

“My fishing boat is going to get an upgrade,” he said. “I’ll probably get a brand-new boat.”

Kennedy purchased his winning LOTTO MAX ticket at 7-Eleven, located at 291 Railway Avenue West in Rosetown.

On the June 1 draw, the $60 million LOTTO MAX main jackpot was accompanied by 50 draws for $1 million MAXMILLIONS prizes. Kennedy exactly matched all seven numbers of one of the MAXMILLIONS selections to win. His winning MAXMILLIONS numbers were 1, 11, 14, 20, 22, 30 and 34.

Saskatchewan Lotteries is the fundraiser for more than 12,000 sport, culture, recreation and community groups. Learn about games, jackpots, winning numbers, and more, at www.sasklotteries.ca.

$
9
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Million
1 x $1 Million Prize
Exact Match Only
Saturday, July 21, 2018
$
25
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Million
Friday, July 20, 2018

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