Right now may be the best time for Wyoming to thaw off their cars and go get a Cowboy Draw® ticket! The jackpot has now warmed up to half a million dollars. That could buy 10,000 really nice heated blankets.
Cowboy Draw tickets also make great Valentine’s Day gifts. “We have seen many winners of $1,000 and more from a ticket given to them as a gift,” said Jon Clontz, CEO of the Wyoming Lottery Corporation.
Powerball’s® jackpot is growing to levels the nation hasn’t seen in months. The jackpot is now at $321 million, which is a cash value of $218.7 million. This jackpot is the highest it’s been since June 1, 2019 at $350 million, which was hit in North Carolina.
The record for Powerball’s jackpot was on January 13, 2016 when it was $1.5 billion and three winners split the pot.
Two friends came together in a life-changing moment, and continue to share these moments living their dream in Etna, Wyo.
Gale and Judy (last names excluded to protect privacy) met approximately 25 years ago, when Gale became very ill and was in the hospital. Judy happened to be a blood donor that was on call if donations were ever needed urgently, which occurred from time to time.
The Wyoming Lottery Corporation is scheduled to hold a Quarterly Board Meeting on January 27, 2020. The anticipated public hearing will be held at 8:30 AM via teleconference. For more information go to wyolotto.com; click on “About” and then “Board Meetings”, or contact the Wyoming Lottery Corporation Office at (307) 432-9300.
The University of Wyoming Cowboys football season continues with one more game at the Arizona Bowl. To add to the excitement, the Wyoming Lottery is offering one last BOGO for Cowboy Draw®. This time, however, it will run on Dec. 15 as a celebration and appreciation to the players and fans.