UPDATE – March 4, 2013
Congratulations to David Colson from Woodbine, winner of the $40,000 second-chance prize from the first 40 Rubies drawing.
Theodore Bond from Towson, Carrie Burt from N. Potomac and Samuel Tucker, Jr. from Glen Burnie each walked away with $4,000! Prizes were revealed on March 2 at the debut of the Maryland Lottery’s “40 Years/40 Stories” exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.
Three drawings remain. To learn how to enter the contest, click here.
The first 40 Rubies second chance drawing took place on Wednesday, February 13th. The winners are:
- David Colson from Woodbine – $40,000
- Theodore Bond from Towson – $4,000
- Carrie Burt from North Potomac – $4,000
- Samuel Tucker, Jr. from Glen Burnie – $4,000
Winners are guaranteed to take home at least $4,000, but one lucky person will walk away with $40,000! Prizes will be revealed on March 2 at the debut of the Maryland Lottery’s 40 Years/40 Stories exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. All winners and a guest are invited to join the Maryland Lottery for the evening, where they can join in the fun and find out just how much they’ve won!
Check back here after March 2 to see the results of the drawing!