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JUST ANNOUNCED: Ravens Cash Fantasy Season Tickets for Life Winner

Monday, February 8th, 2010

Ravens Cash FantasySeason Tickets for Life
Kimberly Feather from Pasadena

Season Tickets for 2010
James Roberson from Silver Spring
Adam Carte from Glen Burnie
Stephen Taylor from Westminster
Karen Kaiser from Glen Burnie

2010 Skybox Tickets
Chris Baughan from Baltimore
Orion Flaherty from Baltimore
Jacqueline Brewington from Waldorf
Sandra Fields from Aberdeen
Joseph Parker from Baltimore
Scott Nieman from Lusby
Steven Luber from Mt. Airy
Deborah Valentino from Gaithersburg
Bernard Mills Jr. from Hagerstown
Jane Heill from Cockeysville
Stephanie Hansen from Baltimore
Robert Deener from Brunswick
Steven Thomas from Hagerstown
Joe Fish from Sykesville
Rita Gaither from Pasadena
Stephen Toth from Street
Mark Hasenei from Havre de Grace
Ken Case from Pasadena
Deborah Rayman from Baltimore
Lisa Casey from Pasadena

Autographed Footballs
Karen Simpson from Baltimore
Charlene Dudley from Glen Burnie
Willis West from Baltimore
Dorothy Johnson from Baltimore
Roseanne Kelly from Germantown
Linda Collins from Elkridge
Charles Jones from Baltimore
Laura Jones from Frederick

Game Worn Jerseys
Ron Williamson from Baltimore
Jim Molinelli from Columbia
Artur Demiri from Owings Mills
John Zimmerman from Joppatowne

Autographed Photos
Marvin Arthur from Riverdale
Tracy Beale from White Hall
Monica Beczkowski from Bel Air
John Beever III from Chester
Kimberly Bradds from Edgewood
Bill Bradley from Baltimore
Daniel Burneson from Odenton
John Cinquegrani from Westminster
Richard Cole from Seven Valleys
Michael Council from Landover
Randy Dare from Stevensville
Bradley Duruttya from Brunswick
Michael Evans from Glen Burnie
Joe Evans, Jr. from Baltimore
Natasha Fenwick from Prince Frederick
Jake Freiert from Reisterstown
Donald Gallagher from Severn
Cathy Gentry from Baltimore
Cam Glaws from Charleston, SC
Malynda Goggins from Baltimore
Paula Gore from Ellicott City
Mark Greenwald from Lonaconing
Emily Grove from Reisterstown
Shannon Grove from Bel Air
Sandra Grzybowski from Ocean View, DE
William Hartsock from Dundalk
Jeff Hendershot from Hanover
Jachelle Hill from Lanham
Francis Hissey, Jr. from Glen Burnie
Susan Holthaus from Parkville
Karen Howard from Baltimore
Jay Hufty from Indian Head
Rhonda Jackson from Lusby
Theresa Kinnear-Till from Damascus
Kenneth Kisiner from Pasadena
John Lawler from Mt. Airy
John Leakey, Jr. from Reisterstown
Daria Lovejoy from Silver Spring
Leslie Lowry-Lewis from Sykesville
Frada Lynn from Baltimore
Keith Makin from Dundalk
Rudy Marroquin from Baltimore
Teri Marshall from East New Market
Sarah Martin from Rising Sun
Michael Martin from Dundalk
Barbara Martin from Perry Hall
Brian McCarthy from Rockville
JoAnn McDermitt from Olney
Lee McDorman from Delmar
Robert Noel from Fallston
James Oliver from Baltimore
Mark Pallozzi from Baltimore
Ronald Parker from Baltimore
John Pasterniak from Baltimore
Emmanual Paulo from Germantown
Frederick Pilger from Glen Burnie
Paul Prestianni from Baltimore
Damien Robinson from Bel Air
Carol Rudy from Glen Burnie
Melvin Simpson from Pikesville
Jerry Smith from Baltimore
Henry Smith from Grasonville
Kelly Smith from Severn
Martin Stewart from Jessup
Susan Thompson from Ellicott City
Susan Trabing from Baltimore
Scott Trask from Stevensville
Anna Tzikas from Baltimore
Richard Ullman from Stewartstown, PA
Elizabeth Vernon from Riverdale
Justin Virts from Glen Burnie
Godfrey von Nordeck from Edgewood
Thomas Walters from Perry Hall
Harriet Watkins from Reisterstown
Roger Weaver from Columbia
Matthew Wech from Cockeysville
Corey Weimer from Baltimore
Robert Whittington from Clear Spring
Carol Wieczorkowski from Nottingham
James Wolfe, Jr. from Annapolis

  • JR

    I agree with most of the people complaining about the number of winners not coming from Baltimore. I spent $hundreds of dollars on tickets randomly played at different locations and still didn’t win anything. In the last ten years I have only won one prize from MASN/Orioles promotions thru the MD lottery. Yes, let some of us that play all the games win once in a while. Thanks!

  • Since this promotion was hugely pushed at the stadium and the people selling ticket didnt even know the deal when asked all they wanted to do is sell a ticket commision? I feel that the fans in the stadium that helped u out should get a little something in return like a conselation prize we did put up with a lot of hurasment from hard sell people.

    • mike: The Lottery promotions staff was on-site at Ravens games, as well as events across the state all year long. Please look out for us at an event near you for the chance to spin the FREE lottery prize wheel.

  • Matthew Becker

    I would have to agree with other persons about
    the locality of the winners. It would seem to me that there would be at least one big winner from
    Western Maryland? We do play these games as well
    as the rest of the state,at least enough to win a
    football or a picture. I will consider taking my
    next chances with another state, or maybe move
    to Baltimore where one entry is all I’ll need.Thanks for nothing.

    • Matthew Becker: The geographic locations of our winners are random. There is no way to predict where the winners will be. However, research tells us that more winners come from areas of the State in which more people are playing. We have had several winners from Western Maryland throughout the contest. Please feel free to visit our Ravens Cash Fantasy website and scroll through the winners list including Bernard Mills from Hagerstown who won 2010 skybox tickets.

  • marvin arthur

    i got a ray rice autographed photo , im happy but would have liked the tickets for life , see balt is my third team i started with the colts then they moved now im a die hard redskins fan and my afc team is baltimore . root for them both but the colts well they lost me when they left in the middle of the night .

    • how could a true blue colt fan from the past EVER root for the deadskins they r the other MD team that we love to hate.

  • Blue

    I brought some Ravens stratch-off tickets. I gave away all of my Ravens Yards to people. I don’t see any of their names. I am 53 years old and I have been playing since the lottery started. I was 18 years old. I buy tickets when I am in other location besides Balimore City and County where I live. The previous game that I enter my tickets and a good friend tickets online. No one that I knew won anything. I found it to be time consuming and using my electric.

    Play the lottery race horses. It’s fun when you win and have the right combinations. 1,2,3 and 1,2,8 horses win all the time. A little bit of money won is sometimes better than a whole lot on a budget. When I consistently don’t win, I don’t spend. When I win, I spend, spend, spend, and pay some bills. lol.

    Winnings could cover more. What would happen if Baltimore City and County don’t play for one day?

  • Cindy

    Congrat’s to all the winners. To all the losers, your not alone. I have 2 envelopes filled with pts, well over 11,000 pts and didn’t win anything. I live in the Baltimore, Parkville area. Maybe next time. Had fun scratching and winning a few bucks here and there…….

  • I put in 1375 entries that amounted to 36,610 yards and with bonus yards 37,640 total yards. Is that not worthy of a prize? How about a free lottery ticket? lol!
    I’d like to know if anyone put in more entries than that?
    Also, how exactly were the winners randomly selected?

    • OH MY…:
      Thanks for playing. All winners were selected using a random number generator. The Ravens Cash Fantasy contest was one of our most successful 2nd chance opportunities ever. The top account had over 76,000 yards. 114,000 accounts were created, entering in more than 46 million extra yards throughout the contest. We appreciate your feedback. Good luck in the future.

      • Did the account with 76,000 total yards win a prize?

        • OH MY…
          The person with the most yards answers your question in another comment. Please see below.

  • Pam

    Congrats to all the winners, I only sent in two entries because I have been playing 2nd chances contest for a long time and NEVER won 1 penny so I am pulling back from purchasing scratch offs and not to mention the multi match and mega millions. So have fun folks playing the lottery.

  • Tammy

    Hello I finally won something after 50 entries I got a worn jersy that is good I hope i’ll b back soon to pick up my power ball cash lol

  • Wondering

    Hmmmm…why are most of the winners in the Baltimore area?!? Seems like something fishy was going on to those who live further south who purchased MANY tickets!!!!!

    • Wondering:
      The geographic locations of our winners are random. There is no way to predict where the winners will be. However, research tells us that more winners come from areas of the State in which more people are playing. Therefore, areas in Maryland with higher populations will more likely produce more winners than lower populated areas.

      In addition to being a high-population area with a sizable number of players, Baltimore, MD covers 38 zip codes (USPS info). Residents come from localities all over the Baltimore metropolitan area, for example, a winner from 21286 claiming a prize may be listed in a press release as a Baltimore winner, even though residents in this zip code may be from Baltimore, Loch Raven or Towson.

      Thanks again for your inquiry. We appreciate hearing from our players.

  • MAC

    Is the MD Lottery going to send the rest of us poor smucks a thank you card for all the dough we poured into this promotion. I’ve never spent so much on lottery tickets in my life.

  • Denise

    congrats!!!! to all the winners, but I should have been a winner. Maybe next time.

  • Juanita Johnson-Dixon

    I agree with Jeff, after multiple entries I could not even get a photo. Congrats to the winners ….

  • geral

    hey can i win a valentinez date wit Ray Lewis?

  • geral

    congrats!!!!!!!!!!!! @ all winners wish it waz me

  • Jeff

    I can not believe I didn’t win. 25 entries for Season Tickets for Life and 15 entries for 2010 tickets…and no winner….Give me a break..

    But I am not hating on the winners….

    • John

      In response to Jeff’s post…

      I’m one of the winners of Virginia Lottery’s 20 years of Redskins Season’s tickets, and believe me it took 300 $20 Redskins Lottery ticket entries, to be lucky enough to be selected to be one of the 16 finalists that went to FedEx field. Then from there 7 out of the 16 won the 20 years worth of Redskins tickets at the drawing held at FedEx field. Sometimes it just comes straight down to luck. LOL, of course, the extra taxes for winning 20 years of tickets is going to kill me in the 2010 tax season, so just maybe you can count yourself lucky for not winning the 20 years worth of Raven’s tickets.

      Congrats to all the winners!!!

  • Amanda Robinson

    Notify me if any one winner does not want their gift

  • Jim Gordon

    This was one of the best amd most exciting promotions I have ever taken part in. Let’s do it again.

  • Ticked Off

    It always seems that people from well to do areas aways win these things.. I think it is fixed some how. Never hear about anyone from Baltimore city or Dundalk , Sparrows Point area ever everever winning anything. I spend my hard earned money trying to win these things and spent alot. And did not even win a picture!!!

    • Ticked Off: You are not alone. We have received several inquiries like yours. Rest assured, the geographic locations of our winners are random and there is no way to predict where the winners will come from. In addition to being a high-population area with a sizable number of players, Baltimore, MD covers 38 zip codes (USPS info). Residents come from localities all over the Baltimore metropolitan area, for example, a winner from 21286 claiming a prize may, from time to time, be listed as a Baltimore winner, even though residents in this zip code may be from Baltimore, Loch Raven or Towson.

  • GAIL F.

    Where do I sign up to become Kimberly’s BFF???? Congrats !