SVL not worried by growing number of Lotto winners
Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) is reporting four Lotto Jackpot winners have been crowned since January, beating last year’s total of three winners for the entire year.
The STAR Online spoke with Chloleen Daley-Muschett, SVL’s Corporate Communications and Public Relations Manager, who said the company isn’t worried about the increase in winners, but is happy to be making more millionaires.
“We really are all about winning, which is why we have so many different products to give customers various avenues to meet their dreams, like the Lotto games or the Scratchaz,” Daley-Muschett said.
The latest Lotto winner is scheduled to collect the $35 million jackpot, with his ticket bought at the Meadowbrook Pharmacy in St Andrew.
Daley-Muschett explained that the winner has 90 days to collect the jackpot, or the money is split between the CHASE Fund, and the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission.
“Every time someone wins, the jackpot goes back to $25 million. So after 90 days if the winner does not collect the money, we aren’t allowed to keep it. It has to be disbursed based on the rules set in place by the Government,” she explained.
SVL is advising winners to begin the collection process as soon as possible.
The winner must present the winning ticket with their signature affixed and a valid form of national identification at the Supreme Ventures Flagship Store located in Twin Gates Plaza, 25 Constant Spring Road in Half Way Tree, St Andrew.
- Kenrick Morgan
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