The Tennessee Lottery is offering a chance to win up to $50,000 or a new Ford F-150 XLT truck instantly with its newest instant ticket game, “Trucks & Bucks.” The game, on sale this week, also offers the chance to win one of 516 Ford F-150 officially licensed merchandise prize packs and a grand prize of a Ford F-150 XLT truck through a series of second chance drawings.
“We’re expecting this game to be a hit with players,” said Rebecca Hargrove, President and CEO of the Tennessee Lottery. “Everyone likes to win cash, but our games that offer merchandise prizes are extremely popular and a great way for us to raise dollars for education.”
In addition to cash and Ford truck prizes that players can win instantly, the Lottery will hold four second chance drawings for Ford F-150 officially licensed merchandise prize packs that include:
Ford F-150 asymmetrical duffel with hidden backpack straps
Ford F-150 men’s sunglasses with case
Ford F-150 deluxe wheeling cooler
Ford F-150 deluxe leather key holder
Ford F-150 men’s leather jacket
Ford F-150 T-shirt
Ford F-150 brushed cotton hat
A Grand Prize drawing will award a final Ford F-150 XLT truck. To enter all of these drawings, players simply enter non-winning “Trucks & Bucks” tickets at www.tnlottery.com.
About the Tennessee Education Lottery
The Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation operates entirely from the revenue it generates through the sale of its products. Net proceeds from sales of Lottery tickets, currently averaging over $5 million per week, fund specific education initiatives including college scholarships and after-school programs. Since the Tennessee Lottery began selling tickets on Jan. 20, 2004, it has raised more than $1.7 billion for these programs, and returned to Tennessee communities more than $3.9 billion in prizes and more than $431.7 million in retailer commissions. For more information, please visit www.tnlottery.com. For information about Lottery-funded scholarships, visit www.collegepaystn.com. To see a county-by-county breakdown of the number of students who benefit, visit www.seehowitaddsup.com.
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