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Lotto Max's Maxmillion prize winners from Enderby still reeling after big win$1,000,000.00
Congratulations Jessica and Joshua!
Jessica G. and Joshua H. say it's still sinking in, but they have a million reasons to celebrate after matching all seven numbers and winning the $1 million Maxmillion prize from the Lotto Max draw on June 1, 2018.
The Enderby couple learned of its win while Jessica was attending a roller derby in Revelstoke. Before checking into to her hotel, Jessica decided to scan her ticket. Once she heard the jingle and saw all the zeros she could barely contain herself.
"I sent Josh a picture of the validation slip right away, I couldn't believe it!" she said. "I called my mom and one of my girlfriends, too. I waited to tell my roller derby friends till after the game - that was the best."
For his part, Joshua jumped in his car and rushed to meet Jessica to celebrate what still feels like an overwhelming win. "You always joke about winning but it doesn't quite feel real yet," he said.
"Life is good but this just adds to it," said Jessica. "We can't wait to take a vacation, buy a dune buggy and share our news during our big family reunion this summer!"
Deep Creek General Store in Armstrong sold the winning ticket.
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