Funny Stories About Mega Millions Winners.

A truck driver for Mohawk Industries, Nabors has three grown children and six grandchildren. When he was enquired at the headquarters how he wanted to spend his lottery winning, he said: “I’m gonna go fishing”. Apparently, Margaret DeFrancisco, CEO of Georgia Lottery, had a pillow on her chair saying “Gone fishing”. She gave it to Mr. Nabors to pose for pictures at the press conference where he received his oversized ceremonial cheque. He purchased a new boat afterwards and said he plans to take it “everywhere.”

Michigan residents Ralph and Mary Stebbins decided that it would be a good idea to make anagaland state lotterydear lottery difference in their community with their Mega Millions winning. They said they would start a dental clinic for low-income people in their hometown. Mary added that she also wanted to buy a cow.

In April, 2004, when retired truck driver J. R. Triplett held a press conference following his winning of a $239 million jackpot, his wife Peggy exclaimed in agitation “shop ’til I drop.”

A January, 2005, winner of $130,000,000 jackpot Margaret Jones arrived at Atlanta headquarters in extraordinary way. She hired a whole bus and asked her family, relatives and friends to accompany her. They cheered and celebrated the whole way to Atlanta and then carried on exclaiming congratulations during the press conference when Ms Jones received her cheque.

Stephen Cooke, a Roswell, Georgia, native came to one of the Mega Millions offices in Atlanta to claim his lottery winning following the draw held in November, 2003. As he was doing so he was told that he will share the lottery jackpot with two other players. All of a sudden he realized that it was him who was the second lottery winner. Apparently, he bought two lottery tickets with the same number combination that appeared to be the lucky one. That very day Cooke left M