Meridian Man Has Now Won The Idaho Lottery Six Times
Playing the Idaho lottery is a regular thing for Bryan Moss of Meridan. Winning the Idaho lottery is also a regular thing for him too! Moss has now hit the lotto SIX times with his most recent scratch off being by far his largest winning of $250,000.
Moss won his cash prize from the crossword scratch game on Thursday according to a press release from the Idaho Lottery. The winning ticket was purchased at the ExtraMile on Eagle Road and Goldstone in Meridian. For their part in selling the winning ticket, ExtraMile will receive a bonus payment of $20,000 from the Idaho Lottery.
Moss and ExtraMile aren't the only one's winning here. The whole reason Moss says he plays the Idaho Lottery so much is because he knows it benefits Idaho schools. Moss, who owns Newko Sport and Nutrition health store, said in a statement, "I'm proud to help support Idaho public schools, that's really why I play." He said he plans to put his winnings aside for his own daughter's education.
More than $950 million has been disturbed to Idaho public schools and buildings since the Lottery originated in 1989. The Idaho Lottery also says it has “sold over $4.2 billion in products, awarded more than $2.6 billion in prizes to players and returned $249 million in retail commissions."
I would love to borrow some of Moss's lotto luck but it seems it strictly only works in his favor. He shared on his Facebook page where he announced his big win, “I’ve tried playing for others. It doesn’t work.”