LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – A Dumas man has become the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery's (ASL) newest millionaire.
Adam Patton claimed his $1,000,000 prize Monday after buying a grand prize winning $20 Arkansas Millions instant ticket over the weekend.
Patton, a weekly lottery player, told lottery officials he spent a sleepless night thinking about his prize after realizing he’d won a million dollars and says he is going to take care of his family with the prize.
The ASL says Patton joins a club that is exclusive, yet growing, of more than 50 Arkansas players who’ve been made millionaires.
The winning ticket was sold at the Dumas Mart on Highway 65 South. The lottery retailer, will receive a 1 percent commission on the sale.
The Arkansas Millions game launched on January 3. The ASL says more than $25 million in cash prizes remain to be claimed on this ticket, ranging from $20 to $1,000,000, including three million-dollar top prizes yet to be claimed.
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