Call Him Lucky: McDavid Man Wins Eight Florida Lottery Price Packages

October 30, 2008

A McDavid man won not one, but eight second chance drawings from the Florida Lottery on Wednesday.

Gary Smith of McDavid won eight Indiana Jones second-chance packages  from the final drawing for the Florida Lottery scratch-off game.

There were 2,100 prize packages valued at $583 each awarded. Each included an Indiana Jones 100% wool brown fedora hat, a long-sleeve Explorer shirt, a genuine cowhide leather jacket, a leather satchel and an Indiana Jones t-shirt.

There were a few others that won more than once, including a Tampa man that won five of the prize packages.

In the Indiana Jones scratch-off games, players could enter the second chance drawing by entering their losing ticket numbers online.

Comments

2 Responses to “Call Him Lucky: McDavid Man Wins Eight Florida Lottery Price Packages”

  1. Beegee on October 31st, 2008 4:32 pm

    Byrneville School would appreciate that donation!!!!!!! How about it Gary? Call us at the school,256-6350…..we’ll even come pick it up!!!!!

  2. cheryl on October 30th, 2008 7:33 am

    Hey Gary, how about donating one of your prizes to the basket auction at Byrneville Elementary. I know they would appreciate it .





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