Casino News: Jackpot Winning Managers Make Donation worth $1 Million to Veterans

Jackpot Winning Managers Make Donation worth $1 Million to Veterans

 December 12, 2011, 7:04 am (6 years ago)
The asset managers, who have won the jackpot, have decided to divide $1 million among the charities of five veterans. Three of them had received cash worth $254 million by winning Powerball jackpot. The jackpot winners were Tim Davidson, Greg Skidmore and Brandon Lacoff, who then formed a well-known Family Trust as Putnam Avenue.

Belpointe managers commented, “Most of the veterans struggle with mental disorders. This jackpot amount will surely help us to support veterans' service organizations.” The Putnam Avenue Family Trust has worth $103.5 million. The wealth fund managers presume that other lottery winners will also follow this trend and will donate to charities.

Shippan Point BP had recently sold the winning ticket, which leads to the increase in popularity of lottery tickets at the gas station. Golodinskii, one of the employees at Shippan Point BP said “We are now searching for the person, who had sold this winning lottery ticket. As the employees at Shippan Point sell approximately hundreds of lottery tickets at each round, so, only lucky winner of that lottery ticket can solve this mystery”.
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