$1 million lottery ticket sold at South Fayette SHOP 'n SAVE

Published Jul 8, 2013 at 11:42 am (Updated Jul 8, 2013 at 2:15 pm)

According to The Pennsylvania Lottery, one of the four top winning July 6 Millionaire Raffle tickets worth $1 million was sold at the South Fayette SHOP 'n SAVE. The winner has not yet come forward.

This marks the third time in the past year that a Sorbara family-owned SHOP 'n SAVE sold a $1 million winning ticket. In July 2012, the Cranberry SHOP 'n SAVE sold a winning Powerball ticket, and in December 2012, the Heidelberg store sold another.

“It's always exciting to find out that someone won one of these large prizes from buying a ticket at your store, ” said Ron Weismann, general manager of the six Sorbara family-owned SHOP 'n SAVE Stores. “To have three in a year's time is even more exciting, and we look forward to many more millionaires in 2013!”

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