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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

  • I won a football Derrick Mason, #85. I was very surprised. Never won anything before. Go Ravens!

  • Gail

    Someone just gave me a bunch of yards but looks like its all over with? Any use for them at all, like a 3rd

    • Gail: Yes, the Ravens Cash Fantasy 2nd chance promotion has been completed.

  • Please tell us you will have the Ravens Cash Fantasy/Season Tickets for Life Scratch-Off next year (and every year)? This was a LOT of fun. It was great that you had the promotion around Christmastime as the tickets made great stocking stuffers.

  • dorothy l Johnson

    There were a Dorothy johnson that were winner of foot ball My name is Dorothy L. Johnson so could that be Me smile I hope so.
    Dorothyl. Johnson

    • Dorothy: We cross referenced your e-mail address with the winners and it appears that the winner is you! We are still in the process of contacting all of the winners. However, I was told that you will be contacted today. Congratulations!

  • Monica

    I won an autographed picture, but do not want to use my SS number to claim my prize. What else can I do? Thanks

  • Lou Sullivan

    I can remember about when md. first
    started our lottery (3 digit) ,30 yrs. or so ago. From what I do remember, it was supposed to help lower taxes. Now 30 yrs. latter,and who knows how many different ways TO WIN there are , it seems to me it has NOT
    accomplished it’s goal. WHAT HAPPENED!!!!!!

  • Lou Sullivan

    How much of the money from all md. lottery games (including scratch offs),
    go to lottery officials and staff?

    • Lou Sullivan: In FY 2009 the Maryland Lottery had more than $1.69 billion in sales. Of those sales, only 3.5% was used for operational expenses. This includes advertising and other contractual services. The Maryland Lottery’s operating expenses are among the lowest in the country. Please take a look at the “Benefits to Marylanders” section of our website at If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us again.

  • Peggie

    I want to wish all the winners a “congrats”. I spent 2 weeks buying (from every location I could find the tickets), scratching and entering yards on this promotion I know I had over 70,000 yard entered. I spent a lot of money and did not even get a ticket over $75.00 (and that was only 1 ticket).

  • +maryschweiger

    I entered several yards for almost everything thinking mabey as a gift for a grand son but i must say i am glad i was not a winner. as the taxes on a large prizesuch as tickets for life would be more than i would want to spend. Now back inMay of 2004 I did win the big ben scratch off valued at twenty thousand dollars. although the air fair first class you all made us take cost twelve thousand dollars. and taxes was added we did not get much ashotel was on our own and all activities and food exept for waiting for plane and on the plane was on our own it was a trip we probally would not have taken if I had not won and I must say we had the very best time ever.we extended our stay for two weeks .Iwould love for you tohave another scratch off like BIG BEN thank you.

    • maryschweiger: Thanks for your comment. We appreciate everyone’s feedback.

      All winners should be advised that there are tax responsibilities with all prizes won through the lottery. With second chance contests, players should be sure to check out the second-chance prize rules associated with the contest, so they are not surprised by the prizes and the taxes associated with the prizes they may win.

  • i got a email that i won a photo and i sent the form back but my name is not on the list .can you let me know why thank you

  • Carolyn

    What about the Eastern Shore, only saw one name from the shore?

  • Marie

    I found the geographic locations very interesting. Congrats to winners! No more promotional games for me. I am finally joining gamblers anonymous. Put a fork in me, I am done (LOL).

  • ERIC

    when the lottery started it was to benefit education in md not to balance the budget .our property taxes are sky high and climbing why is:nt there enough to boost education in md. what do guys do with revenue from the lottery. hey governor tell us something .

    • Eric: You can check out the Benefits to Marylanders here. Lottery revenues are deposited into the State’s General Fund. Over $493 million was contributed to support such services and programs as education, public health, human resources, public safety and much more, all of which greatly benefit the citizens of Maryland.

  • laughing

    Everyone who is boo-hooing about not getting anything and entering so many times…I understand its frustrating…but its a CONTEST! No where did they say that they promised you anything for buying tons of scratch offs. And to say that your not ever going to buy anything md lottery ticket related is silly. Its not their fault. The person who might have won may have only had the minimum points they needed for one entry who knows…its random! Entering a million times is only going to get you better odds…not guarantee you anything. 🙂
    I thought this was an exciting promotion and hope they do it again.

  • Sandy

    funny, I was wondering why Owings Mills has so few winners of anything

  • Joann

    Ticked off I agree with what you said. All the winners seem to happen out near the main lottery headquarter. I need to travel out there and see is that will help me to win. Upper Marlboro

  • sharon

    i have been saying this for years that the big winners are from the counties. like the last mega million winners. or any other big prizes.

  • Debbie

    I just so happen to notice that 1st there were winners from Dundalk, Baltimore, Reistertown, etc… I also noticed there was not 1 ( one) winner from Arnold, Severna Park, or Cape Saint Claire.

  • Frustrated

    I agree with ticked-off. how come we have very little winners in the city. i live in west baltimore edmondson village and all i hear is someone winning big on scatch-offs and jackpots elsewhere. glen burnie, essex pasadena, etc. we lower class need the money just as much as they do. perhaps more. i spent so much money on the ravens scratch-offs and all i won was 7 bucks. all i win on the big jackpots is $2, $4 or $6. THAT’S It. come on send some winnings to the city

    • Frustrated: The geographic locations of our winners are random. There is no way to predict where the winners will be. Also, some winners choose to remain anonymous. To search for winners from Baltimore City, feel free to use the search bar within the blog.

  • Mac Peterson

    Having a todal of 3,590 yds and not win anything is really heartbreaking I hope never paticipate again in any Raven base contest.

    • Mac Peterson: 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. 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.