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How North Carolina scratch-off lottery tickets are distributed
What would you do if you won the lottery?
And what if you could figure out a system that would help you win it?
Pat Jackson thought perhaps someone had done that when she read about a couple that won a $10,000 scratch-off prize and then a $1 million scratch-off prize on the same day in different counties. Jackson, who lives in Charlotte, became curious about the distribution of the thousands of scratch-off tickets that are sold at nearly 7,000 locations across the state.
So she posed a ...
Aug 8, 2018, 8:29 am - Lottery News forum
Michigan lottery ticket plant prospering
Ypsilanti's Pollard Banknote instant ticket factory might not make the most scratch-offs in the world.
But Michiganders could still be in luck.
We have made a lot of winners here, said Doug Pollard, co-CEO of Pollard Banknote. This is probably the luckiest plant for winners in Michigan.
The Ypsilanti factory prints about 600 million instant lottery tickets a month for 23 states, the District of Columbia and many countries around the world, including France and Australia. Pollard said ...
Jul 6, 2018, 3:13 pm - Lottery News forum
Lottery ticket printer grants rare peek at operations
For about 30 minutes this afternoon, Pollard Banknote took the unusual step of stopping its new, instant-lottery ticket press so it could show it off.
We're halting production for a few minutes, not withstanding the fact we've got to get tickets out the door still to pay for this sucker, Doug Pollard, the company's co-CEO with his brother John, said as the din of the press in Ypsilanti was quieted. But we'll fire it back up after.
A mostly family-owned company based in Winnipeg, Canada, ...
Sep 22, 2015, 9:15 am - Lottery News forum
Officials choose lottery logo; firms put in contract bids
Tennessee lottery officials Monday picked a new logo from 100 proposed designs and learned they will have just two bids to choose from for one major vendor contract and three for another.GTECH Inc. and Scientific Games International were the only two firms meeting Monday's deadline for submission of bids to operate the state lottery's online network, which installs machines for selling tickets to statewide and multistate lotteries.Three bids were received for sales of instant tickets, also kno ...
Oct 28, 2003, 3:45 am - Lottery News forum
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