Tulsa woman claims $50,000 raffle prize


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Updated: 11/04/2013 3:33 pm Published: 11/04/2013 3:32 pm


Tulsa resident, Katy Pruitt, came forward at Lottery headquarters to claim her $50,000 winning National Millionaire Raffle ticket.

After taxes, Pruitt received a check for $35,500. She currently plans to use her winnings to pay off her home and to purchase a car.

The winning ticket was purchased at QuikTrip located at 3008 E 11th St. in Tulsa.

The official drawing was held last Friday and $1 million winning tickets were sold in Ohio, Michigan, and New Jersey.

States that did not have a $1 million winner awarded separate $50,000 prizes. There were four $50,000 winners, one each in Oklahoma, Iowa, Indiana and New York.

More than 700,000 tickets were sold in all seven states, with 24,414 tickets sold in Oklahoma.




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