PowerBall Winners Are Giving Away Cash To Random People

Jan 16, 2016 at 12:30 am |
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We are not sure if this is true or a scam but millions of people are clicking to see if they will get random cash from powerball winner John Robinson.

 

A Tennessee couple that won a share of the $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot says they are going to take the lump sum cash payout because they are “not guaranteed tomorrow.”

John and Lisa Robinson appeared with their dog at a news conference Friday at the Tennessee lottery headquarters after their winning ticket was verified by lottery officials.

The lump sum payout is about $327 million. The couple say the first thing they will do is pay off their daughter’s student loans. They also say they will go to work on Monday.

The other winning tickets were sold in Chino Hills, California, and Melbourne Beach, Florida. Those winners have not been announced yet.
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Lottery officials are confirming that a Tennessee couple has one of the three winning Powerball tickets for the $1.6 billion jackpot.

Tennessee lottery president Rebecca Hargrove said Friday that John and Lisa Robinson had the winning ticket and the lottery had verified it. The Robinsons are from Munford, Tennessee, a small town about 25 miles north of Memphis. The other winning tickets were sold in Chino Hills, California, and Melbourne Beach, Florida. Those winners have not been announced yet.

The Robinsons appeared on the “Today” show earlier Friday and said they had a winning ticket.

Robinson said he bought the winning ticket at his wife’s request at the family-owned Naifeh’s grocery on his way home from work, even though he wasn’t feeling well. He bought four quick-pick tickets, one for each family member, then gave them to his wife and went to lie down when he got home. She stayed up to watch the Wednesday night drawing, carefully writing down the numbers.

We are not sure if this is true or a scam but millions of people are clicking to see if they will get random cash from powerball winner John Robinson.   A Tennessee couple that won a share of the $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot says they are going to take the lump sum cash payout […]