Just imagine: $1,000 a week … for life! That’s what a lucky Tennessee Lottery player in Lyles (Hickman County) won in the "Cash 4 Life” drawing held Nov. 16, 2017, after matching five of six numbers drawn. This is Tennessee’s second winner of this prize, paid in annual installments for the winner’s lifetime.
A $50,000 Powerball winner in Sparta and a brand-new jackpot game top the weekend news from the Tennessee Education Lottery. The multi-state game Lotto America launches today, giving Lottery players another choice for fun and the chance to win one of nine prize levels.
A lucky Tennessee Cash player in Dickson won $340,000 from last night’s drawing. This is the 84th time the jackpot has been won for this in-state drawing-style game.
No information about the winner is available until the prize is claimed.
A group of 11 co-workers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center will share a $50,000 Powerball prize just “two or three” months after they began playing together. The group’s representative, Dana Fulton, is a nurse who claimed the group’s prize on Friday.
The Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation continues to shatter its own records, announcing the highest first quarter since it began Jan. 20, 2004. The Lottery transferred $103 million to the Lottery for Education Account for the period of July 1 through Sept. 30, 2017, 14.1 percent higher than the previous record set during the same period last year. Total sales were $423.7 million, up 11.8 percent over the prior year.
We're excited to meet some of the winners from KENO To Go, our fun new game with drawings every five minutes. Jack of Cookeville (pictured here with Rebecca) gave it a try ... and look what he won!
Visit http://www.tnlottery.com/kenovideo/ to learn how to play. Have fun and good luck!