Lori Wangler, of Ogemaw County, is looking forward to an exciting fresh start in life; a second chance for her family business. This after earning 550,000 dollars on Michigan Lottery’s The Big Spin Show.
The 58-year-old woman won her $550,000 prize after spinning the prize wheel on Michigan Lottery’s televised The Big Spin show hosted by Detroit basketball champion John Salley. They selected wangler in a random drawing to take part in the show after she had entered ticket codes from her non-winning The Big Spin tickets online.
“I was really emotional when I found out I had been selected to be on the show,” said Wangler. “Our family farms and owns a trucking business and it’s been a really difficult year in the fields. Winning $550,000 means we can start 2020 with a clean slate. I’ll even be able to take my husband on a much-deserved vacation!”
Wangler was one of five players selected for The Big Spin show by a random drawing. However, this was the final episode of the second-chance drawing for The Big Spin game. All players turned The Big Spin wheel for a shot at taking home up to $2 million. Still, all players who spun The Big Spin wheel were also guaranteed to win at least $100,000.
Counting everyone, 20 players were picked to appear on Michigan Lottery’s The Big Spin Show televised events. The show has a slot shortly after the evening Lottery drawings. And players won more than $9 million on The Big Spin show.
The Big Spin tickets cost $10 each for a chance to winning a prize worth $10 up to $1 million. So far, players have received over $20 million in prizes playing The Big Spin. Of which about $55 million in prizes still remain. This includes three top prizes worth $1 million each, four $10,000 prizes, and 107 $1,000 prizes.
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