A WyoLottoⓇ player hit the second highest prize on the Lucky for Life game. Although the player wishes to keep her name confidential, she wanted to remind players that winning happens in Wyoming, and she is proof!
WyoLotto announced its third quarter revenue transfer to Wyoming is $730,000.
Each quarter, per state statute, WyoLotto transfers at least 75 percent of its revenue directly back to the state. The Wyoming State Treasurer then distributes those dollars to Wyoming’s cities, towns and counties based on sales of WyoLotto products.
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WyoLotto officials announced they will run the Cowboy Draw® BOGO this Sunday in honor of the University of Wyoming football team being unable to play Air Force due to cancellation.
WyoLotto officials announced today a Cowboy Draw ® player holds a $371,100 winning ticket from the Monday, Nov. 2, Cowboy Draw drawing. The winning ticket was purchased Sunday, Nov. 1, at the Loaf N’ Jug located at 4380 S. Poplar St., Casper, Wyo. (more…)