Canadian Lotto Max winner claims his prize

Thursday August 26th 2010

Almost two weeks after the winning draw took place, a Canadian Lotto Max winner claims his prize of $25 million. Gerald Clement who is 50 years old and from Ottawa, Canada, has spent the time with his close circle of friends and family trying to prepare himself for may or may not be, following this amazing lottery win. Gerald is single and has no children so this Lotto Max win is likely to change his life beyond belief with no kids to share his new fortune with, but no doubt there will be offers of help from far and wide.

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This lottery win came from the Lotto Max draw which took place on Friday 13th August, so those of you who think that Friday 13th is unlucky may want to think again after hearing all of the details regarding this fantastic Lotto Max win.

Lotto Max offers free plays on one of its prize tiers and this lucky lottery winner has had a run of luck on these free plays over an eight month period since January. Winning a free play almost every week on Lotto Max over this time, saw Gerald win this amazing jackpot from a free play ticket which was purchased from Michael’s Confectionary on Somerset Street East, Ottawa. The Lotto Max winner now plans to give up working as a construction worker for a life of travelling and playing golf.

For those who want to buy lotto tickets for this weeks Lotto Max draw, there is a $10 million jackpot up for grabs and the draw takes place on Friday 27th August.

Written by Brett Levenson

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