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AND THE MILLION-DOLLAR NUMBERS ARE … Sell-out game culminates with drawing
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
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May 14, 2007

Sell-out game culminates with today’s drawing

NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Lottery held its Million $ Madness drawing Monday afternoon, which produced the following ticket numbers worth $1 million each:
·217282 Purchased at Kangaroo Express, 1264 McMinnville Hwy., Manchester
·318396 Purchased at Murfreesboro Road Liquor, 1187 Murfreesboro Rd., Nashville
·505390 Purchased at Sam’s Restaurant and Deli, 4405 N. Broadway St., Knoxville
-779403 Purchased at Mapco Express, 1425 Robinson Rd., Old Hickory
The following ticket numbers are worth $50,000 each:
·281279 Purchased at TNT Beer & Tobacco, 27511 Main St. E., Ardmore
·483076 Purchased at Exxon/Mobil 610 Germantown Rd., Cordova
No information is available about who holds each of these tickets until that person claims the prize. All winning ticket numbers, including the remaining 100 prizes of $500 each are listed on or can be printed on a ticket at any Lottery retail location.
“What a win for education!” said Rebecca Paul Hargrove, President and CEO of the Tennessee Lottery.
Million $ Madness was the Lottery’s first raffle-style game. The last of 800,000 tickets was sold shortly after 9 p.m. CT Sunday night. Prior to awarding these four prizes, the Lottery has awarded $1 million or more to 12 Tennessee players, six who won from playing an instant ticket game and another six who won from Powerball, including a jackpot winner of $25.5 million and a Power Play 10X winner of $2 million.
The Tennessee Lottery began selling its first tickets on January 20, 2004. As of March 31, 2007, the Lottery has raised over $842 million to fund specific education programs, including college scholarships, pre-kindergarten and after-school programs. For more information, please visit For information about Lottery-funded scholarships, visit

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