WINNING LOTTERY TICKETS TOTALING NEARLY $50,000 SOLD IN ALAMOSA COUNTY

WINNING LOTTERY TICKETS TOTALING NEARLY $50,000 SOLD IN ALAMOSA COUNTY

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DENVER,August 13, 2013 – In FY13Colorado Lottery retailers located in Alamosa County sold 13 winning Lottery tickets worth more than $599! Those winning tickets were collectively worth $49,777! The biggest winner sold in Alamosa County last year was a $20,000 Cash 5 ticket sold at Loaf ‘N Jug at 6988 State Hwy 17 in Alamosa.

 “In big cities and small towns – people are winning,” said Abel J. Tapia, director of the Colorado Lottery. “And they are winning in more ways than one – every time they visit a park, walk on a trail, or paddle a kayak course, they’re enjoying Colorado Lottery dollars at work. All proceeds from the sale of our games go back to the state for parks, recreation, open space and wildlife conservation. In FY13 we returned more than $135.6 million to our proceeds partners statewide.”

Since the inception of the Lottery $8.3 million has been returned to Alamosa County.

During the calendar year of 2012, Lottery retailers in Alamosa County collectively produced nearly $460,000 in Lottery proceeds to improve the quality of life within the city and state.

Examples of these Lottery contributions can be seen in the $175,000 spent to develop Cole Park Skate Park, and the $75,000 that went towards the Alamosa Community Trails and Cross-Country Course Master Plan.

For a complete list of projects in Alamosa County that were funded with Lottery dollars, please visit our website at http://www.coloradolottery.com/GIVING-BACK/PROJECTS-BY-COUNTY/COUNTY-DETAILS/county/Alamosa

About Colorado Lottery
Proceeds from the Colorado Lottery’s games – Lotto, Cash 5, Pick 3, Mega Millions, Powerball and Scratch - stay in Colorado to improve the quality of life in the state. The Lottery has returned more than $2.5 billion to the state of Colorado since it was established. Through Great Outdoors Colorado, the Conservation Trust Fund and Colorado State Parks, the Lottery has provided funding for new trails, precious open space and wildlife protection. For more information, visit www.coloradolottery.com.

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August 13, 2013
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