You don’t get lucky every day but when you do you win $964K. This is the story of Katrina Vosler who recently won a jackpot of $964K. Katrina runs a small cleaning business in Cheyenne (Wyoming). Life has been ordinary for her and her family, and as a regular religious lottery player when she won the jackpot, she couldn’t be happier. At first, she couldn’t believe the news of this great delight when she heard the winning numbers for the first time. When she calmed herself down, she called her mother and husband to share with them the good news they couldn’t believe her either for the first time. Their dreamy state became a real one when the WyoLotto CEO Jon Clontz handed over the big check to her on Monday morning. ”We are thrilled that someone won this hefty amount. We were having our fingers crossed that it could get up to $1 million or beyond. $1.8 million is our largest jackpot till date, but this win is going to be among one of the biggest. We were excited about it,” the CEO said.
“One of her customers bought the lucky ticket from Four Winds (a bar and liquor store on Pershing Boulevard) on Thursday, at 12:35 pm,” said the shop owner, J.J. Moran. When one WyoLotto representative came and told her the news that the winning ticket was bought from her store, Moran asked her one of her employees to check the security feeds. Upon consulting with her manager, that they have identified the lucky winner who bought the ticket she shared her details with the representative.
When the shop owner rang Katrina’s phone and asked her to come down to their office, Katrina denied. I told her, “Katrina, you need to get down here right now,”’ Moran said. ”She said, ‘Why? What did I do wrong?’ I said, ‘You did not do anything wrong, but you need to get down here right now.’ But Katrina refused to come down until she knows the reason. Vosler, who is a self-described religious player, supports the lottery. She decided to announce her win publicly. She believes that the win will change her life like a game-changer.