Florida Lottery Announces Entry Deadline for Second Chance Drawing.News Editors
TALLAHASSEE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 25, 2004
The Florida Lottery The Florida Lottery is one of the most lucrative single-state lottery systems in the United States with numerous On-line and Scratch-Off games offering players a wide variety of prize levels.
The minimum age to purchase a Florida Lottery ticket, regardless of game, is 18. announced today that the entry deadline for the VACATION CASH Second Chance Drawing is Wednesday, February 25, at midnight, 12 p.m. EST P.M. also p.m. or p.m.
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More than 420,000 non-winning VACATION CASH Scratch-Off tickets have been entered into the Second Chance promotion since it began on September 11, 2003. Forty vacation packages to locations throughout Florida will be awarded to the lucky winners. The computerized drawings will be held on February 26, at Lottery Headquarters in Tallahassee. Winners will be notified by telephone or certified mail certified mail
Uninsured first-class mail for which proof of delivery is obtained.
certified mail (US) n → Einschreiben nt on or before March 11. The listing of winners can be viewed on the Florida Lottery Web site by clicking on the VACATION CASH icon.
Since 1999, the Florida Lottery has transferred $3.7 billion to the Florida Educational Enhancement Trust Fund (EETF EETF Educational Enhancement Trust Fund (Florida Lottery)
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