Second Chance Pays Off Huge for Recent College Graduate
SACRAMENTO – You can say that Geraldine Rojas has a lot on her plate. She just graduated from college, where she earned her bachelor’s degree, and she is now working full-time…but she also has her sights set on going to medical school, which is a full-time job in itself. Well, you can now add multi-millionaire to her plate.
The California Lottery recently conducted an end-of-game draw for our Set for Life Scratchers® game where Rojas was randomly selected as the winner of a whopping $2 million! The young winner told us that she just wants to keep a good head on her shoulders and stay focused on her goals. She also said that her winnings would help her a great deal in achieving her main goal of graduating from medical school.
Thanks to the Lottery’s Replay Program, players who did not win a cash prize in their favorite Scratchers® game still have one last chance to win the top prize using the information from their non-winning ticket.
Remember, don’t throw your tickets away! The Lottery’s Replay Program gives players a second chance to win prizes with their non-winning Scratchers ticket codes. The rules are simple – players who purchase Scratchers tickets can enter their codes on the Lottery’s Replay website at http://replay.calottery.com for a second chance to win top prizes. Each ticket number can only be entered once.
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