Newsletter for Delaware Lottery Retailers • Issue 37 • delottery.com
WE’VE GOT WINNERS!
The Delaware Lottery had a slew of on-line
and instant game winners over the past few
months. And when our players win big, our
retailers do too! Check out the pictures of our
retailer selling jackpot winners below!
In this issue:
Retailer Holiday Acme #7872 – Price’s Corner - $200,000 POWERBALL ticket sold; received a $2,000 bonus
Promotion Pleasant Hill Lanes — sold a $10,000 top prize Daily Market – Lewes – sold a $40,000 top prize
White Gold instant ticket; received a $200 bonus. Triple Platinum 777 instant ticket; received an $800 bonus
Keyless Manor BP - $154,000 MULTI-WIN LOTTO jackpot ticket sold; received a $1,540.05 bonus
Manor Pharmacy - $200,003 POWERBALL® ticket sold; received a $2,000.03 bonus
10 General Store — sold a DELAWARE CASH 5 jackpot ticket of $41,000; received a $500 bonus
Shore Stop #227 – Townsend —$200,000 POWERBALL ticket sold; received a $2,000 bonus Tobacco City — sold a $100,000 top prize $100,000 Steve’s Tavern — sold a $15,000 top prize
Cash Blast instant ticket; received a $2,000 bonus. Garnet Red 7s instant ticket; received a $300 bonus
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RETAILER HOLIDAY PROMOTION WINNERS
Congratulations to the winners of our Holiday Cash Promotion!
Our retailers and clerks had a chance to win one of 110 American Express Debit Cards (totaling $10,000!) this
past November by selling MULTI-WIN LOTTO tickets.
Check out the pictures of some of our winners below!
First Prize $500.00*
FIRST NAME LAST NAME STORE NAME
Melissa Stansell Books & Tobacco - Kirkwood Hwy.
Mary Seward Harrington Raceway & Casino
Second Prize $250.00*
FIRST NAME LAST NAME STORE NAME
Purva Boxwood Books & News
Gopika Patel First State Liquor
Crystal Walters General Store
Dana Thompson Gumboro Liquors
George Ganat Naamans Beverage Mart
Third Prize $100.00
FIRST NAME LAST NAME STORE NAME
MD Alam 7-Eleven - Centerville Rd.
Elena Coman 7-Eleven - Rehoboth Beach
Jerry VanDusen Acme - Pike Creek
Kristen Potts Acme - Suburban Plaza
Matt Smith Acme - Suburban Plaza
Brittany Bellere Acme - Suburban Plaza
Kevin Clark Acme - University Plaza
Rich Blakeney Airport News
Zach Zickgraf Avenue Wines & Spirits
Angee Stone Bear Shell
Chickie Bedfords Pleasantville Country Maid
Christine Watson Bodies #1 - Millsboro
Nancy Lewis Bodies #3 - Georgetown
Morgan Healy Books & Tobacco - Kirkwood Hwy
Dheeraj Kumar Books & Tobacco - Lantana Square
Sahil Sharma Boxwood Books & News
Jen Toy Boxwood Books & News
Rick BP Christiana
Dona Priebe C&C Country Maid
Vinod Patel Chestnut Run Liquors
Atul Patel Claymont News & Gifts
Marie Litano Country Cupboard
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FIRST NAME LAST NAME STORE NAME FIRST NAME LAST NAME STORE NAME
Jay Country Farm - Miller Road Sarah Nelson Country Cupboard
Brad Alwood Daily Market Ricardo Melendez Daily Market
Bernice Kosminsky Delaware Park Shayne Edwards Daily Market
Jay Patel Delmar Liquors Ledo Thomas` Del Cig & Tobacco - Bear
Tammy Spence Dover Goose Creek Betty Barrett Del City Valero
Nilesh Amin Elsmere Liquors Parind Patel Derr Liquors
Buddy See Fairfax News Vanessa Pierce DOT #2 - Smyrna
Rob Fairfax News Helen Best DOT #2 - Smyrna
Kris Fairfax News Juanita Williams DOT #5 Carrols Corner
Sandy Riley Fairfield News Roy Fairwinds Cigarette Outlet
Kathy Touhey General Store Ashley Hoa Hazzard Savannah Stop
Pratima Patel Hiway Convenience Chetan Patel Hiway Convenience - Rehoboth
Tammy Clark Larry’s Liquors Lysa McCusker Larrys Liquors
Shirley Wiggins Manor Pharmacy Susan Cooke Milford Dash In
Aziz Meadowood Gulf Kim Dobson Milton Liquors
Carol Tuppeny Pathmark #589 - Lancaster Pike Samket New Castle Shell
Katie Davis Rehoboth Cigarette Outlet Jignisha New Castle Shell
Shannon Keenan Royal Farms #44 - Fenwick Island Lisa Rodriguez Newport Exxon
Cathryn Hughes Shore Stop - Briar Park Marjorie Quiles Newport Exxon
Diane Downs Shore Stop - Lancaster Pike Dinaz Parikh One Stop- Milford
Irene Humphries Shore Stop #238 - Oak Orchard Eileen Birmingham Pathmark #590 - Newark
Cheryl Dunn-Wells Shore Stop #257 - Harrington Terri Smith Pearson’s Market
Karie Snow Smyrna News Ted Knight Red Top Liquor
Jay Stewart Stewarts Pro Shop Nil Patel Samsons Country Maid
Linda Rice Stones Hotel Barb Amato Shop Rite #580 - Newark
Vishnu Prajapati Stop & Shop White Oak Road Jill Baker Shop Rite of First State Plaza
Karen Patterson Super “G” - Middletown Jeannie Augustine Shop-Rite #589 - Christina Crossing
Debbie Shortlidge Super “G” - Rehoboth Beach Kisha Eatmon Shop-Rite of Brandywine Commons
Ed Barnes Super “G” # 387 - Rehoboth Sara Daniels Shore Stop #231 - Rising Sun
Becky Kuhns Your Neighborhood Store Joann Russell Shore Stop #238 - Oak Orchard
Joann Beard Shore Stop #250 - Seaford
Fourth Prize $50.00 Fran Barnett Shore Stop #287 - Bear Creek Crossing
Jami Jeppeson Smyrna News
FIRST NAME LAST NAME STORE NAME Gale Kellory Stateline Cigarette Outlet - Delmar
Vaishali Patel 24/7 Food Mart Darshan Sunoco APlus - Claymont
Bryan Jeffries 7-Eleven - South Gerald Bonita Fountain Super Fresh - Rehoboth
Jennifer Haines Airport News Alpit Patel Super Spirits - Camden
Paul Woodward Avenue Wines & Spirits Andian Mellon Tobacco Time
Dave Zappaterrini Avenue Wines & Spirits Joe Potter Tobacco Time
Pravin Patel Back Bay Tobacco
Doris Dominelli Bedfords Pleasantville County Maid
Christy Reed Bodies #3 - Georgetown
Doug Feel Bodies Mkt - Milton
Kelly Truitt Bodies Mkt #1 - Millsboro
Christine Jannuzzio Books & Tobacco - Kirkwood Hwy
Sara Boyd’s Corner Liquors
Sonny Bradford Buntings Package Store
Jessica Will Cigarette City - College Square
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BEDFORD’S PLEASANTVILLE COUNTRY MAID
Rick Bedford is a very hands-on owner
and manager of this store. Rick’s
ANNIVERSARIES attitude and that of his staff are
major reasons why their Lottery sales
have grown over the years. Customer
The Delaware Lottery would like to recognize its Retailers service and quality products are the
celebrating a service anniversary in 2010 and 2011. drivers that distinguish his deli and
We thank you and appreciate your many years of market from the others.
ROYAL FARMS #37 – REHOBOTH
20-YEAR RETAILERS Chrissy Pennington, Store Manager, attributes a part
of their 20-year success with the
896 LIQUORS Lottery to the diversification of instant
Mukesh Patel and his family have products and the higher price points.
seen the good and the bad with this Her store has seen an increase
location. He recalls the long lines out in foot traffic and added sales as
his door before Pennsylvania sold a result of the Lottery customers
Powerball. His largest winner was purchasing other products in their
a Powerball winner who had the store.
5 white balls and only missed the
Powerball by 2 numbers. The absence of Chrysler has put TIME WINE & SPIRITS
a tremendous strain on business. They have enjoyed their Jayesh started with the Delaware Lottery as Kosowsky’s
years with the Delaware Lottery and they are hoping for Market. When the new Shop Rite
good things to happen at the old Chrysler location. at Christina Crossing was built he
changed his trade style to a liquor
AVENUE WINES & SPIRITS store. His brother, Gaurang Shah,
Cindy is the daughter of Dave formerly owned Benson’s Liquors and
Zappaterrini who founded Avenue they jointly run Time Wine & Spirits.
Wines & Spirits with Florence Rini. The largest winners they have ever
Cindy manages the store these days had were a $100,000 Powerball
and her players always give her winner and a $10,000 instant ticket winner.
suggestions on things they like and
would like to see. She is convinced WESTSIDE LIQUORS
that a $1 Happy Birthday instant Ashok Patel, Owner, is celebrating his 20th Anniversary
game would sell well because so many of her players tell with the Delaware Lottery. He has
her that is what they buy them for. She has great things to decided to retire and sell his store.
say about Don (Scooter) Williams who has called on them He is well known and well respected
as their Lottery Field Representative for many years. in his neighborhood but according
to Ashok it is time for a change. He
is grateful for the Lottery. He brought
the Lottery into his business as a
draw for customers and to provide a
neighborhood service. Ashok recalls his largest winning
ticket was a $10,000 Powerball winner.
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10-YEAR RETAILERS BODIE’S MARKET #2 – MILTON
Danny Lynch, Store Manager, has
ACME – SMYRNA been with Bodie’s for 11 years. He
Felicia Panzera, Store Director, said Lottery definitely helps with the
has only been in her position for 4 foot traffic but it is the relationships
months at this location but she has that he builds with the players that
already seen a positive impact from really produce success. “The best
selling Lottery products. She has feeling is when I get a customer who
enjoyed interacting with the regular knows they have won something when they come in, but
customers that frequent the store they are not sure what,” said Danny. “They check the
on a daily basis. Felicia said, “it is ticket and it turns out to be a big winner.” This scenario
more like a social thing for regulars. It is a way of getting happened recently with an elderly woman who won
out of the house, but I really enjoy them.” Acme is very $10,000 on a $10 instant ticket.
supportive of Lottery products being offered in its stores
and it is reflected in their customer service and sales at BODIE’S MARKET #3 – GEORGETOWN
this location. Store Manager, Ed Palacio, has
been with Bodie’s Market for 16
BODIE’S MARKET (OM SHIV, INC.) years. He has seen significant
Ashok (Al) Patel, Owner, acquired changes in technology and higher
Bodie’s Market in 2001 and said price points with the instant product
Lottery is a value added piece of line, both of which have helped
selling inventory in their stores. spur growth in their sales. “Lottery
Ashok says it is a must have—a customers increase our inside sales in that they always
core piece of their business model. buy additional items when purchasing Lottery tickets,”
And, in this economy, everything said Ed.
counts: gas, cigarettes, soda, candy
and Lottery. He likes how the Lottery and their business BODIE’S MARKET #4 – SELBYVILLE
partners are like family, they are all working together Kelly Truitt, District Manager, has
to be successful. Al is pictured with his staff from the been with Bodie’s Market since
corporate office. 1979. Kelly began her tenure
serving as Store Manager at several
BODIE’S MARKET #1 – MILLSBORO locations, so she has basically been
Ken Messick, Store Manager, said in the Lottery business since Lottery
that his store benefits from Lottery began. Kelly told us that the Lottery
with loyal foot traffic and repeat is a very important part of the Bodie’s business model.
business, which are both very “We see increased foot traffic and an increase with other
important to business. He also inside sales.” Kelly feels the advances the Lottery has
likes playing from time to time, but made with technology has also helped with the sales
really doesn’t have a favorite game. due to the ease of which transactions now can be made.
After 8 years of being with Bodie’s Market, he still sees Kelly looks forward to continued business success with the
potential for growth. “Lines may not be as long as they Delaware Lottery. Kelly stands in for Selbyville location
used to be with big jackpots, but the interest is still there,” Store Manager, Janet Sokalczuk.
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BODIE’S MARKET #6 – DAGSBORO and they try to capitalize on it. They said that if you can
Store Manager, Laura Hitchins, gets accommodate the customer, other inside sales will benefit.
a kick out of her customers. Some They also admitted it may be trying at times but it also can
have their superstitions, for example, be very fun and rewarding.
not wanting to buy the first or last
ticket from an instant ticket pack. D & H LIQUORS
“They keep the day interesting and Kirit Patel came to Delaware from
thus you get to know them on a Pennsylvania 10 years ago and
personal level and that keeps them coming back to your entered the liquor business at this
store,” she said. Laura has been with Bodie’s Market for location. He wanted to sell Lottery
13 years. at D&H because he learned from his
store in Pennsylvania that Lottery is a
BRANDYWINE LIQUORS good draw for customers. Kirit’s store
Palash (Paul) Gupta and his partner is in a very eclectic neighborhood of
have developed a good business at large new homes and older neighborhood families.
this location in the past 10 years.
He brought in the Lottery to give DOVER SUPER SODA & DELI
people a reason to choose his store Parin and Anna Patel started their
over others in the area that do not business in 2000. It was their first
provide Lottery as a service. He is business in Delaware. They chose to
looking forward to continuing to become a Lottery retailer to create
grow over the next 10 years. a one-stop shop for their customers.
“The Lottery has definitely helped our
CEDAR CREEK GENERAL STORE business because Lottery customers
Gene Poppitt and son Gene, Jr. cross over and purchase other
opened their business on June 15, products in our store,” said Parin. Their main goal is to
2000. They came from a family make their customers happy, which they do a great job as
background that owned a little sub reflected in the growth of their business. They recently sold
shop in Wilmington, which inspired a winning $10,000 Powerball ticket that created a lot of
them to open a sub shop in Sussex buzz in their store.
County. To drive as many people
to their store as possible, they sold products such as bait GETTY MART
and tackle and of course the Lottery, too. They felt Lottery When Uppal Patel, Owner, opened
products would give them the sales boost they needed. his store in 1993 no one else sold
Gene attributes his success to his personality. “You have Lottery in the area. When Route 1
to have personality to be a seller,” said Gene. He is good opened (many years after), it had a
at persuading his Lottery customers to purchase other major impact on his business. Uppal
products. Although Gene is a good businessman and retired from Chrysler in 2007 and
loves being a Delaware Lottery Retailer, his true passion is began devoting more of his time
fishing. working in his store. He has been
trying to recover from the effects of the economy but he
CUMBERLAND FARMS #9805 – attributes the Lottery products as a solid source of revenue
CONCORD PIKE that has sustained throughout. Although he had to reduce
Jackie Stack, Store Manager, and his store hours from a 24/7 operation, with the insight of
Lisa Young, both feel Lottery is some upcoming changes, he is hanging on with the hope
a convenience for the customers to rebound back in 2012.
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PENCADER DISCOUNT LIQUORS SAFEWAY #4030 – GLAGOW
When owners Sarah and Nick Patel Nicole Anatuzio, CSM, enjoys
opened Pencader Discount Liquors having Lottery products in her store.
in 1997, they were no strangers “It helps create repeat customers,
to operating a business. Pencader which helps our business as a
was their second liquor store and whole,” said Nicole. She also notes
they operated a Hallmark store in that the Lottery customers appear to
New York and Ocean City before really like the higher price points of
retiring to Delaware in 1990. Sarah
the instant product.
was very excited when they began selling Lottery in this
location because it brought a lot of customers into the
SUNOCO A-PLUS - ELSMERE
store. They have a loyal player base that has maintained
over the years, but the economy and competition has had Jiten Desai has a long history with
its effect. Sarah keeps hoping to have a big winner in her the Delaware Lottery, from Dover
store but until that time comes she will continue to promote to Elsmere to Wilmington. Jiten and
the Lottery products and keep her customers happy. his wife currently own two Sunoco
locations. When asked why he sells
ROYAL FARMS #110 – DOVER the Lottery in his stores, Jiten does not
Rick Henry, Store Manager, is new hesitate to let you know that the more
to the Lottery business but he already services you offer to people, the more
sees the benefits of selling it. He is they will choose your location over another.
amazed with the relationships that His two locations on Kirkwood Highway have tremendous
can be built because of the Lottery. competition but Jiten always remembers his customers, many
“It not only increases your foot traffic, by name, and he always engages with them in conversation.
but it brings repeat foot traffic,” said He looks forward to the next 10 years with the Lottery.
SUPER FRESH #562 – CLAYMONT
ROYAL FARMS #114 –LAUREL Assistant Manager Joe Engle knows
Store Manager, Jerry Linton, sees the the value of his Lottery customers. He
Lottery assisting his coffee sales and perceives the Lottery as a convenience
impulse buy sales. “It’s really about product as well as driver for cross
building that rapport with those
purchases in his store.
customers,” he said. Jerry thinks that
having winners also helps to drive
SUPER FRESH #559 – REHOBOTH
traffic. This past summer he had a
Bunny Fountain, CSM for the Super
$1,500 instant ticket winner and
Fresh’s Rehoboth location, has sold
word spread, which brought more people into his store.
Lottery for a very long time and it’s
Jerry still sees some increased traffic with big jackpots as
well, so he’s interested in how the new $2 Powerball will still something she enjoys doing. She
help in that area. says between the customers who like
things a certain way, the promotions
SAFEWAY #3040 – BRANDYWINE the Lottery offers to its customers and
Tammy Kinsey, CSM, thinks the retailers, the new games and technology
technological advances and the and the winners, you are constantly engaged. “Having Lottery
higher price points of the instant is a convenience for our customers, and our customers are
products have helped sales everything to us,” said Bunny.
tremendously. And, she is curious to
see what affect the Powerball price
increase will have on sales.
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SOO FAILSAFE® KEYLESS INSTANT VALIDATION
WHAT IS FAILSAFE ®?
• FailSafe® is a system that enables the Lottery to provide a secure keyless entry validation
method for instant tickets to its retailers and players.
• All the Failsafe® instant validation information is placed within a dimensional 2-D style bar
code imaged under the scratch-off play area.
WHAT ARE THE SIGNIFICANT BENEFITS OF FAILSAFE ®?
• Faster Validation for Retailers
• Player Protection
WHEN WILL FAILSAFE ® BE IMPLEMENTED?
• In the near future, FailSafe® 2-D bar codes will be imaged under the scratch-off play area on
• Later in the year, the FailSafe® validation system will be implemented.
• Both validation systems, existing validation method and the FailSafe® validation method will
function simultaneously for awhile - one year after the last non-FailSafe® instant game’s
announced end of sales.
*MANDANTORY TRAINING COMING SOON*
KEEP ‘EM FULL PROGRAM - UPDATE
PHASE I of the Keep ‘Em Full Mystery Shopper
Program is complete. The program launched in
November 2010, beginning with Corporate Account
visits and ending with the remaining Independent
Retailers. During the program over 550 retailers were
visited and approximately 71% of retailers had their
Instant Ticket bins full. More than 1,200 gifts were
awarded to clerks on the spot for having their Instant
Ticket Bins full at the time the Mystery Shopper visited.
The Lottery congratulates those lucky stores that had
their bins full and for those that didn’t quite make it,
don’t get disappointed, you will have another chance
in the next phase of the program.
STAY TUNED for the details of PHASE II of the
KEEP ‘EM FULL MYSTERY SHOPPER PROGRAM
beginning in the FALL 2012..... BIGGER AND BETTER!
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GET READY... FOR XFINGERS CHALLENGE 2012!
CALLING ALL LOTTERY TERMINAL OPERATORS!*
It’s time to warm up those fingers! The XFingers Challenge is back.
This is your chance to win up to $1,500 and other great prizes.
All Preliminary Round attendees will receive a FREE T-shirt and a $1 instant game. Plus, you’ll get to spin
the prize wheel to win a chance in the “Lottery Money Machine” or other great prizes!
April 17th – Kent County, Delaware Corporate Training Center Dover (9am – 7pm)
April 18th – Sussex County, Atlantic Inn Millsboro (9am – 7pm)
April 19th – New Castle County, Delaware Tech Stanton (9am – 7pm)
Prizes Per County: First Prize $500, Second Prize $200, Third Prize $100, Fourth Prize $75
and Fifth Prize $50.
May 3rd – Modern Maturity Center, Dover, DE
Prizes: First Prize $1,000, Second Prize $400, Third Prize $200, Fourth Prize $150
and Fifth Prize $100.
*Watch for more details in your monthly mailing!
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NEW RETAILERS AS OF JANUARY 4, 2012
Westgate Wine and Spirits Cheswold News & Tobacco Star Liquors
Georgetown Pharmacy Kwik Liquor University BP
Miller Road Liquors Royal Farms #121 Rambleton Liquors
Beer Wine Liquor United Check Cashing-Bear Academy Hill Deli & Grocery
Ho Ho Mart Hazzard’s Savannah Stop Airport Discount Liquors
Elite Liquors Penn Bantam Market Dash In #7496
Lancaster Discount Liquors Meadowood Mobil
A WHOLE NEW POWERBALL® IS HERE!
We need your help in educating our And, the POWER PLAY® feature is still
players about the new $2 POWERBALL® available for an extra $1 per play.
game! If your players ask what they’re For that extra dollar, players have the
getting for their extra $1, you can tell them: chance to win $2 million cash and 7
- A $40 million starting jackpot other set cash prizes.
- A $1 million Match 5 second prize
- Better overall odds (now 1:31.8)
INSTANT GAMES COMING SOON!
Wish Bone$ (Game 585), Big Bills (Game 588), Baseball (Game 589), and Line ‘Em Up Cash Word (Game #590)
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Top Ten Delaware Lottery Retailers, Sep 2011 – Dec 2011
Congratulations to all of our top ten Retailers for Instant Game and On-Line Game sales in each county!
ON-LINE GAMES INSTANT GAMES
KENT COUNTY KENT COUNTY
Smyrna News & Tobacco Smyrna Smyrna News & Tobacco Smyrna
Harrington Raceway and Casino Harrington One Stop Milford
Stop & Shop - White Oak Dover Mike’s Food Mart Dover
Benbow’s Package Store Dover Milford Plaza Cigarette Outlet Milford
Milford Plaza Cigarette Outlet Milford New Doris’ Market Marydel
Mike’s Food Mart Dover Royal Farms #139 - S. Dover Dover
Stop & Shop - Walker Rd Dover US Gas & Lucky 7 Dover
One Stop Milford Cigar Cigarette & More
Shore Stop #255 - Greentree Dover Dev 1 Sunoco Milford
The Colonnade Marketplace Dover Stop & Shop - Walker Rd Dover
SUSSEX COUNTY SUSSEX COUNTY
General Store Angola Daily Market Lewes
Daily Market Lewes General Store Angola
Bodie’s Market #1 Millsboro Uncle Willie’s Lewes
Super G #389 Millville Bodie’s Market #1 Millsboro
Bodie’s Market #4 Selbyville Super G #389 Millville
Bodie’s Market #2 Milton RAM Deli Market, Inc. Laurel
Bodie’s Market #3 Georgetown Shore Stop #222 Bethany Beach
Delmar Liquors Delmar Shore Stop #254 Angola
Back Bay Tobacco Millsboro Bodie’s Market #3 Georgetown
Shore Stop #294 Fenwick Stop & Shop Dewey Beach
NEW CASTLE COUNTY NEW CASTLE COUNTY
Tobacco Time Bear
Tobacco Time Bear
Books & Tobacco, Inc. Wilmington
Books & Tobacco, Inc. Wilmington
Claymont News and Gifts Claymont
Airport News & Tobacco New Castle
Books & News Plus Newark
Claymont News and Gifts Claymont
Airport News & Tobacco New Castle
New Castle Shell New Castle
Boxwood Books, News & Tobacco Wilmington
Country Farm - Miller Rd. Wilmington
Delaware News Center Wilmington
Convenient Store Wilmington
Tobacco Store Bear
Books & News Plus Newark
C & D Liquors Wilmington
Boxwood Books, News & Tobacco Wilmington
Elsmere Liquors Elsmere
Fairfax News Wilmington
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INSTANT TICKETS EXPIRING SOON
GAME NAME GAME NUMBER EXPIRATION DATE
7-11-21 514 March 6, 2012
Triple Bingo 520 March 6, 2012
Frosty Fun 528 March 6, 2012
Hundreds 511 April 3, 2012
Big Money 513 April 3, 2012
7UP, A&W and Crush 515 April 3, 2012
Fat Wallet 521 April 3, 2012
Season’s Greetings 526 April 3, 2012
Red, White and Green 527 April 3, 2012
Cherry Twist 524 May 1, 2012
Cash Word 532 May 1, 2012
Cash Zone 500 May 29, 2012
Triple Red 777 518 May 29, 2012
Cash Money 523 May 29, 2012
Fireball 7’s 531 May 29, 2012
Black Onyx 7’s 533 May 29, 2012
Jumbo Bucks 539 May 29, 2012
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