More than 300,000 Michiganders win prizes in record Powerball drawing

Published On: Nov 29 2012 12:43:32 PM EST
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Michigan may not have had the jackpot winner in last night’s Powerball drawing, but over 300,000 lucky Michigan players were winners of prizes ranging from $4 to $1 million.

The winning numbers were 05-16-22-23-29 and Powerball 06.
Two players matched five numbers in Wednesday’s drawing to win $1 million each.

The millionaire-making tickets were sold at the following locations:

CVS/Pharmacy 08035, 13250 Ford Rd., in Dearborn
East Paris Discount Liquor, 2871 E. Paris SE, in Kentwood

The Lottery collected $20.1 million in Powerball sales for Wednesday’s drawing, setting a record for that game.
Wednesday’s Powerball jackpot, $587.5 million, was the largest ever in the game’s history and was shared with winning tickets, one in Missouri and one in Arizona. In addition to the two $1 million winning tickets, Michigan wins ranged from 169,099 $4 winners who matched just the Powerball to 18 $10,000 winners who matched four white balls plus the Powerball.

The $10,000 winning tickets were sold at the following locations:
Richard’s Take Out, Grand Rapids

Tom and Jerry’s Liquor Store, Port Huron Alger Party Store, Grosse Pointe

Quick Stop, Kalamazoo

Andy’s Market, Charlevoix

Pilot Flying J, Kimball Twp.

Marathon, Kalamazoo

C&A Fuel Stop, Dearborn

Meijer, Battle Creek

Kajys Market, Detroit

Golden Spot Liquor, Flint

D&S Shell, Ortonville

Speedway, Comstock Park

Radhe Enterprises Inc (Valero), Livonia

CD Okemos (Sunoco), Dexter

Pickford Market, Pickford

Nhan Corporation (Marathon), Ann Arbor

East Paris Discount Liquor, Kentwood.

The two $1 million winners should contact the Lottery’s Public Relations Division at 517-373-1237 to schedule an appointment to claim their prize. Winners of prizes greater than $600 should claim their prize at a Lottery regional claim center. All other Powerball winnings can be claimed at any Lottery retailer.

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