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Lottery Players Make A Haul
Truck Drawings Held at Oklahoma State Fair

Two lucky Oklahoma Lottery players made a haul this weekend when they each won a 2006 Oklahoma Edition Ford F-150 XLT Supercrew in the Trucks & Bucks Grand Prize Drawing from the Oklahoma Lottery.

Twenty pre-selected finalists qualified for the drawings by either winning an entry from the Trucks & Bucks Scratcher or Powerball Powerplay bonus promotion.  Steve Froese of Jennings, OK won the Ford truck in the Scratcher drawing and Lisa St. Clair of Oklahoma City won in the Power Play promotion drawing. The other finalists won cash and Ford Prize Packs.

“Congratulations go out to Steve and Lisa for making a haul in our Trucks & Bucks promotion. Their excitement was a great way to kick off the fair and wrap up a busy summer for the Lottery,” said Jim Scroggins, Executive Director, Oklahoma Lottery Commission. “Players should remember that not only are there still trucks to be won instantly in the game, but we have added another Grand Prize Drawing.”

Due to the tremendous response for the initial Grand Prize Drawing, the Lottery decided to give players another opportunity to mail in their entries. All entries must be received by October 31st to be eligible for a second drawing for a 2006 Oklahoma Edition Ford F-150 XLT Supercrew. 

The Trucks & Bucks Scratcher game is currently on sale at Oklahoma Lottery Retailers across the state and sells for $3. Players can still win one of five Ford Trucks instantly by finding the truck symbol on their Scratcher ticket.

For more information, please contact Lisa Fortier at 405.522.7751 or visit the Oklahoma Lottery’s official website at www.lottery.ok.gov.



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