The first million dollar lottery winner in Ohio wants to buy a new car, but looks for a used one.
We now know the first two winners of this lottery who want to encourage Ohio citizens to get vaccinated. A ticket to participate in this lottery is not required, only proof of vaccination.
The first draw was won by Abigail Bugenske. Despite this gain, the 22-year-old student keeps both feet on the ground.
“I’m thinking of buying a car, but not a Lamborghini or anything, donating a few dollars to the foundations,” said Abigail Bugenske.
The most surprising thing is that she wants to buy a used car.
“I had a test drive scheduled this afternoon, it was canceled, but I will definitely continue to look in the used vehicle for my new car,” she explains.
With this million, she wants to continue her studies in aerospace engineering.
Teenagers can participate
Unlike the regular lottery, participants must be of legal age. “One million waxes Provides a category for younger ones as well.
Teenagers between the ages of 12 and 17 can receive a full scholarship to college.
It was just 14-year-old Joseph Costello who won the draw on Friday. So he can go to university without having to worry about tuition fees.