El Monte, CA

Two people in the US become millionaires playing scratch-offs

USA Diario

Photo byUSA Diario

In a surprising news from Southern California, two people have become millionaires thanks to winning scratch-off tickets from the state lottery. Each of them won the sum of $5 million dollars, which will allow them to change their lives and live without economic worries for the rest of their days.

The first winning ticket was sold at Famous Ed's Liquor in El Monte, and the lucky winner was Walter Amaya. The ticket in question was the 100X Scratcher, and it's the largest one sold to date at this establishment. Its owner, Brian Hanna, expressed his joy and enthusiasm for the news and said that this prize had generated an 11% increase in the business's sales, which has been in the area for 11 years.

The second winning ticket was sold at M & A Tobacco in Santa Monica, and the winner was Paul Coggins. Like Amaya, Coggins now has the opportunity to change his life thanks to the million-dollar prize obtained with the scratch-off ticket.

Both stores that sold the winning tickets will also benefit from this news, as they will receive a sum of $25,000 for having sold the tickets. This is another example of how the state lottery can be beneficial for local businesses, as it generates an increase in sales and public attention.

In conclusion, these two stories demonstrate that sometimes luck can be on our side, and that playing the state lottery can be a way to make our dreams come true and change our lives. We hope that the winners know how to manage their fortune wisely and enjoy this new stage of their lives.

This is original content from NewsBreak’s Creator Program. Join today to publish and share your own content.

Comments / 9

Published by

USA Diario is a news media created in California with the objective of covering every area of news that is of interest to Spanish speakers in the United States.

California State

More from USA Diario

Comments / 0