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$2 Million won on TPD Maximum Millions

COLUMBUS – Twenty-two months ago a West Union resident purchased a Maximum Millions ticket and won $5,500 and an entry into a top prize drawing for $2,000,000. The wait proved to be worth it. Dustin Taylor won $100,000 yearly for the next 20 years, a $2,000,000 prize.

Taylor said that ever since he won the semi- finalist prize he has thought about the possibility of winning millions almost every day. He chose the annuity, and yearly he will receive $71,000 for the next 20 years after mandatory federal and state taxes totaling 29 percent.

There were 24 entries in the top prize drawing conducted on March 19, 2013. Taylor purchased the ticket in March, 2011. That TPD entry worth $5,500 automatically qualified him entry into the final drawing. He purchased the ticket from West Union 1ST Stop #69. Located at 11107 St. Rt. 41 S in West Union, this retailer received a $10,000 agent bonus for selling a prize winning ticket.
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