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Baltimore Business Owners Claim $200,000 Powerball Win

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

Lottery officials waited today for Maryland’s first Powerball jackpot winner to show up at Lottery Headquarters. Although the winner of the $108.8 million Powerball jackpot still remains a mystery, another lucky couple arrived to claim their second-tier Powerball win of $200,000. The husband and wife, residents of Hanover, Pennsylvania and owners of a business in Baltimore, have long been fans of Maryland’s two big jackpot games.

It wasn’t until several days after the August 31st drawing that the couple realized that good fortune had visited them.  While getting tickets for the next Powerball drawing, the winner remembered that he had a few tickets in the car that he needed to check.  Realizing that he had won $200,000, hit him like a ton of bricks.

The $200,000 winner was purchased at Pipers Wine & Spirits, 4127 Hanover Pike in Manchester.  The couple will use their winnings as a college fund for their children.

  • Anonymous

    I still want to wish all the winners Congrats.To ask for Help is hard its like going too Times Square nekkid we have exhausted all our avenues for Help but walk in my shoes when you depend on electric too breathe I wish I was healthy I’d go to a shelter well shoot if I was healthy I wouldn’t be in this spot I’d be able too work,I know this isn’t the place for this but I was only asking is all.Sorry

  • Anonymous

    I still want to wish all the winners Congrats.To ask for Help is hard its like going too Times Square nekkid we have exhausted all our avenues for Help but walk in my shoes when you depend on electric too breathe I wish I was healthy I’d go to a shelter well shoot if I was healthy I wouldn’t be in this spot I’d be able too work,I know this isn’t the place for this but I was only asking is all.Sorry

  • mic

    Congrats to the winners!! It sounds like you have a great plan for your winnings!!!  And for all the beggars…. see below….

    Are you serious????  You have the nerve to ask this couple for money….  If your electric is on it’s way of being disconnected, my suggestion is that you seek assistance from Social Services.  They have programs that will assist a family with these types of issues.   There are quite a few folks who are ill, struggling from day to day and need additional resources.  You really should be ashamed of yourselves. 

  • Ms. Allen

    SMDH @ PPL begging for help,,, they won 200,000 not 200 million…we are all struggling these days. My family has medical issues too but you don’t see us begging. Congrats to the winners i’m sure it was a long time coming…Take care and God bless…as for the beggar talk to God because he can do all things…

  • Anonymous

    Congrats on your winings. I’m in dire need my family has a BG&E turn-off for close too 19000.00 and we are late on our rent by 3 months and I have COPD and I’m on oxygen 24/7 we have 6 children ( my grand children ) wwe need our electric paid and a house too call home I’d love too have my own room and the world is so hard we can barely float as it is PLEASE HELP US

  • Anonymous

    Congrats on your winings. I’m in dire need my family has a BG&E turn-off for close too 19000.00 and we are late on our rent by 3 months and I have COPD and I’m on oxygen 24/7 we have 6 children ( my grand children ) wwe need our electric paid and a house too call home I’d love too have my own room and the world is so hard we can barely float as it is PLEASE HELP US

  • Congratulations on your win!  I think it’s a wonderful idea to use your winnings as a college fund for your children. 

  • Congratulations on your win!  I think it’s a wonderful idea to use your winnings as a college fund for your children. 

  • if ya feel generous a family here would appreciate it,times are hard and not getting easier i’m ill with COPD and would love to see my family in a house and myself to have my own room and a home in my final time left, Thank You

  • if ya feel generous a family here would appreciate it,times are hard and not getting easier i’m ill with COPD and would love to see my family in a house and myself to have my own room and a home in my final time left, Thank You

  • linda mize

    something the lottery should improve. scratch off machines should have some way to tell you that you are purchasing the last ticket or that there are no more ticket in that bin. i many times have put a twenty dollar bill in the machine assuming the ticket bin was full only to be told after my money has been excepted that there were no more tickets and to select another ticket. when your spending you hard earned twenty you really don’t want to hear that. thanks
    linda mize (very much a lottery fan)

  • linda mize

    something the lottery should improve. scratch off machines should have some way to tell you that you are purchasing the last ticket or that there are no more ticket in that bin. i many times have put a twenty dollar bill in the machine assuming the ticket bin was full only to be told after my money has been excepted that there were no more tickets and to select another ticket. when your spending you hard earned twenty you really don’t want to hear that. thanks
    linda mize (very much a lottery fan)

    • SAM

      Linda, that’s a great idea!



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