The Montana Lottery Friday conducted its Montana Millionaire Pre-Millionaire drawing for $10,000. Here is the result:
Winning Number: 011390
Retailer: Peres Food Basket, 2700 Second Ave. N.; Great Falls
The Pre-Millionaire drawing gave players an extra chance to win cash ahead of the final drawing for the $1 million grand prize, two $100,000 prizes and three $10,000 prizes. The Pre-Millionaire winner is still eligible for all other drawing prizes.
The winner was drawn from the 112,456 tickets purchased before the 10 AM drawing. Another 22,544 tickets are still available for the final drawing. The Lottery is selling a total of 135,000 Montana Millionaire tickets prior to December 31.
Montana’s best odds of winning $1 million, Montana Millionaire tickets are limited to 135,000 and only available until December 31 or until they’re gone, whichever comes first. Last year’s game sold out before the deadline for the second year in a row and Russell Miller of Kalispell became the newest Montana Millionaire winner. If tickets sell out early, the Montana Lottery will hold the final drawing on December 30, 2014 at 10 AM.
Players may check their numbers at montanalottery.com/montanamillionaire. The winner is encouraged to sign the back of the ticket immediately.
The Montana Lottery was created by referendum in 1986. Since then, it has paid over $483 million in prizes and returned approximately $217 million to the State of Montana.
The Montana Lottery Commission will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, December 9, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the procurement process for the Montana Lottery Operating System and Related Services for RFP#14-2885P. The meeting will be held at Lottery Headquarters located at 2525 North Montana Avenue in Helena.
The Lottery Commission consists of five members appointed to four-year staggered terms by the Governor. Current Commissioners are: Tom Keegan, Helena; Leo Prigge, Butte; Frank DiFonzo, Sidney; Cindy Hiner, Deer Lodge; and Commission Chair, Wilbur Rehmann of Helena.
Lottery Commissioners are responsible for determining policies for the operation of the Lottery and considering recommendations of Lottery staff in the types and forms of games offered, as well as percentages of prizes paid and price of each ticket or chance sold.
The Montana Lottery was created by referendum in 1986. We have paid out over $483 million to players in prizes and returned approximately $217 million to the State of Montana.
The State of Montana makes reasonable accommodations for any known disability that may interfere with a person's ability to participate in State Government. Persons needing an accommodation should notify Denise Blankenship, no later than 4 p.m. on Monday, December 8, 2014, to allow adequate time to make necessary arrangements. Please call (406) 444-5801 or TTY 444-9642 to make your request known.
As retailers and clerks, you are the true first responders when a crisis situation occurs at your establishment. It is important that you have the proper tools to help fill the gap from when the violence begins and when law enforcement arrives. You must quickly determine the most reasonable way to protect your own life. The Department of Homeland Security provides three options-Run, Hide and Fight. Please click on the links below to gain more knowledge on what to do in an active shooter situation and the best ways to protect yourself in a crisis situation.http://youtu.be/8rDdY4EaKVY “How to Respond When an Active Shooter is in Your Vicinity”
We at the Montana Lottery care about your safety and appreciate all of our retailers.
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