June 8, 2016 – Mega news for WyoLottoTM players today. The Mega MillionsⓇ jackpot is skyrocketing over $280 million.
With a jackpot this big, players can go from dreaming about an island vacation to owning their own private beach.
WyoLotto players have been winning across the state with Mega Millions prizes every week, and the next winner could celebrate a life-changing ticket.
WyoLotto is encouraging players to stop by their nearest retailer and purchase a Mega Millions ticket today.
Wyoming players are also winning with WyoLotto’s other games. In May, two WyoLotto players took home Cowboy DrawTM jackpots, including Eddie Salas of Green River with a winning ticket of $1.3 million.
Almost every day of the week is an opportunity for WyoLotto players to win big with drawings happening each day except Sunday.
To receive updates and notifications about Cowboy Draw, Mega Millions or Powerball, visit wyolotto.com/signup.
The Wyoming Lottery Corporation is scheduled to hold a Special Session Board Meeting on June 21, 2016. The anticipated public hearing will be held at 2:00 PM via teleconference. For more information contact the Wyoming Lottery Corporation Office at (307) 432-9300.
It might be the luckiest ice cream anyone has ever bought. Shirley Caro stopped off for ice cream at her local Sinclair station where she visits with the owner and his family – and, of course, buys her Cowboy DrawTM tickets.
It’s time to check your tickets, WyoLottoTM players. Today WyoLotto announced that there’s a new Cowboy DrawTM jackpot winner following the May 23 drawing.
Robin Grandpre is a qualified Project Manager and holds the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification from the Project Management Institute. Robin also has her Master’s Degree in Business Administration and her Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism.
Robin was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming and is proud to be part of the community. She takes pride in being actively involved in the Cheyenne Kiwanis Club and is currently heading up the fundraiser “Friendship Day and 5K” in Cahill Park on June 5.
When Robin isn’t working or volunteering, she is busy chasing around her eight month old daughter, Sydney, with her husband, Troy.