Press Release

Langley Resident Awarded Fat Boy Motorcycle

LANGLEY RESIDENT AWARDED FAT BOY® MOTORCYCLE Jim Grapevine Wins 3rd Harley Davidson Motorcycle
Third Winner of Oklahoma Lottery Harley-Davidson® Promotion Claims Prize

Oklahoma City (July 28, 2008) – The Oklahoma Lottery awarded its third Harley-Davidson® promotion winner with a Fat Boy® Harley-Davidson® motorcycle. The lucky winner, Langley resident Jim Grapevine, was chosen through a second chance drawing.
“I play the Lottery every day and have been trying to win a motorcycle since the game began,” said Grapevine.
An Oklahoman for nearly 30 years, Grapevine co-owns Grapevine Glass in Langley with his brother and often rides his Yamaha motorcycle in poker runs on the weekend.
“I’ve never had a Harley-Davidson® so I’m looking forward to taking it out,” he said.
Grapevine will also appreciate the gas savings. Harley-Davidson® motorcycles average 35 to 54 miles a gallon.
Grapevine purchased his entry ticket at Speedy’s 3 in Vinita.
How to Play:
Players enter the Harley-Davidson® promotion by submitting non-winning Harley-Davidson® Scratchers in a second chance drawing to win a motorcycle, Harley-Davidson® prize packs or cash prizes.  Players may also win cash prizes offered in the game.  This was the third of four drawings associated with the Oklahoma Lottery’s Harley-Davidson® promotion.


Draw Date

Entry Period



April 29, 2008

March 25 - April 25, 2008

(1) Harley-Davidson® Fat Boy® Motorcycle, (50) Harley-Davidson® Prize Packs


June 10, 2008

April 26 - June 6, 2008

(1) Harley-Davidson® Fat Boy® Motorcycle, (50) Harley-Davidson® Prize Packs


July 22, 2008

June 7 - July 18, 2008

(1) Harley-Davidson® Fat Boy® Motorcycle, (50) Harley-Davidson® Prize Packs



March 25 - TBD*

(1) Harley-Davidson® Fat Boy® Motorcycle; (1) prize of $25,000; (4) prizes of $5,000; (50) Harley-Davidson® Prize Packs

*TBD- The final drawing date (Drawing 4) will be set after the ending date for the Harley-Davidson® Scratcher Promotion is set.  The final drawing date will be communicated via OLC website, through local media and a terminal message to retailers.

Net proceeds of all Lottery games are used to support improvements and enhancements for Oklahoma education. More than $209 million has been contributed to education since November 2005.
Proceeds are used statewide to supplement existing funds for a variety of important education purposes, including: teacher compensation and benefits, early childhood development programs, college scholarships, classroom technology and construction of educational facilities.