Carson Grazette - Mega 6 Jackpot Winner
Bridgetown, Barbados – February 15, 2017: A simmering dream of winning the Barbados Lottery Mega 6 Jackpot recently became a blazing reality for a lucky lottery player on whose behalf Mr Carson Grazette collected the cheque.
Mr Grazette, advised that the winner of the $3,550,002 (US$1,775,001) in the Mega 6 draw is a regular customer at his establishment and a husband and father of one daughter.
“He is elated and excited at this big win, which will make a tremendous difference in his life, as I will pay off debts, including university fees, make a donation to a sick friend to assist with his medical expenses and he will invest the remainder,” Grazette said in an interview recently.
The winner is a regular player of the Barbados Lottery games Double Draw, Mega 6 and Express Cash, and a previous winner. Mr Grazette informed that these winning numbers 5, 10, 11, 27, 28 and 30 were from a Mega 6 Quick Pick ticket which was purchased at his shop CV Trading Inc in Long Bay, St Phillip.
Grazette says the winner told him that his intent is to continue playing Barbados Lottery games and his advice to others is: “Continue playing the Barbados Lottery games since you can be a winner while also supporting Sports, Youth and Culture.”
Following this wining claim of the jackpot, Dentonia Brewster, Site Manager, Barbados Lottery remarked, “Congrats to the winner from The Barbados Lottery on his big win!”
Brewster continued, “We are certainly very happy to again bring happiness and excitement to another Bajan millionaire. As Mr Grazette stated this winner has been a regular player of our games and we are certainly happy it paid off and we hope he will enjoy his winnings. We encourage everyone to take a chance with Mega 6 and other Barbados Lottery games as you don’t have to land the jackpot to be a big winner!” The Mega 6 jackpot is won by matching all 6 numbers drawn from a pool of 33. Players can also win by matching 3, 4 or 5 of the winning numbers. The chance to become a Mega 6 millionaire comes at a cost of only $2 per ticket available for purchase from any one of the 233 retailers islandwide.
The game’s jackpot begins at $375,000 and grows until it has been won. Draws are done four times weekly, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and are aired live at 8 p.m. on CBC Television.