Kitchener woman claims $1M lottery ticket sold in Cambridge

Community Jul 17, 2017 Cambridge Times

Kitchener’s Tonya Mullett recently collected a $1 million Ontario 49 lottery prize for a ticket sold in Cambridge.

The mother of two checked her numbers for the June 28 draw online and “couldn’t believe what I was seeing”, so she rushed to a store, where she “must have scanned (the ticket) a dozen times” to confirm her win.

Plans are underway for Mullett’s windfall.

“I’m going to buy a new pickup truck and a new home,” she said in an Ontario Lottery and Gaming news release. “Of course, I will use a portion of the win to pay for my daughters’ post-secondary tuition. I would also like to put some money aside and seek financial advice.”

Mullett accepted her prize money on July 4.

The winning ticket was bought at Little Short Store on Jamieson Parkway in Cambridge. 

Kitchener woman claims $1M lottery ticket sold in Cambridge

Community Jul 17, 2017 Cambridge Times

Kitchener’s Tonya Mullett recently collected a $1 million Ontario 49 lottery prize for a ticket sold in Cambridge.

The mother of two checked her numbers for the June 28 draw online and “couldn’t believe what I was seeing”, so she rushed to a store, where she “must have scanned (the ticket) a dozen times” to confirm her win.

Plans are underway for Mullett’s windfall.

“I’m going to buy a new pickup truck and a new home,” she said in an Ontario Lottery and Gaming news release. “Of course, I will use a portion of the win to pay for my daughters’ post-secondary tuition. I would also like to put some money aside and seek financial advice.”

Mullett accepted her prize money on July 4.

The winning ticket was bought at Little Short Store on Jamieson Parkway in Cambridge. 

Kitchener woman claims $1M lottery ticket sold in Cambridge

Community Jul 17, 2017 Cambridge Times

Kitchener’s Tonya Mullett recently collected a $1 million Ontario 49 lottery prize for a ticket sold in Cambridge.

The mother of two checked her numbers for the June 28 draw online and “couldn’t believe what I was seeing”, so she rushed to a store, where she “must have scanned (the ticket) a dozen times” to confirm her win.

Plans are underway for Mullett’s windfall.

“I’m going to buy a new pickup truck and a new home,” she said in an Ontario Lottery and Gaming news release. “Of course, I will use a portion of the win to pay for my daughters’ post-secondary tuition. I would also like to put some money aside and seek financial advice.”

Mullett accepted her prize money on July 4.

The winning ticket was bought at Little Short Store on Jamieson Parkway in Cambridge.