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James Dixon, a retired maintenance supervisor from Burlington, NC, threw a lottery ticket into the trash, then realized that he might have a winner. When he went back into the trash to retrieve the ticket, he found it was a winner worth $200,00!
According to TheTimesNews.com,
"James Dixon almost made a costly mistake.
Dixon, of Burlington, tossed what he thought was a losing lottery ticket into the trash. Then he decided to retrieve it.
Today, he’s $200,000 richer for the experience.
According to a press release from the North Carolina Education Lottery, James Dixon threw the ticket away after checking his numbers in the newspaper.
Fifteen minutes later he realized his mistake — the numbers he checked were from the previous day’s edition. He decided to check the lottery website.
The ticket matched five numbers from the May 21 Powerball drawing and won Dixon $200,000.
“The trash was already down at the street ready to be picked up,” Dixon told lottery officials. “I went out and pulled the bag, took it inside and dumped everything into a laundry basket. After I found it, I looked at the Powerball number and I was one digit away. I checked the first number and said ‘Well, I got the first one.’ Then I looked at the second and third. I just started feeling numb.”
Finding it hard to believe that he had won, Dixon called the Education Lottery hotline several times and had the ticket scanned at two lottery retailers including the Wilco on Webb Street in Burlington where he purchased the ticket.
As he received his check, worth $136,000 after taxes were withheld, Dixon said he’ll use the winnings to pay off his mortgage and vacation in the mountains with his family.
“I’ve never seen a check like that before,” Dixon added. “This is a blessing.””
Rags to riches stories are always fun to hear. The best stories involve hard-luck cases, where significant winnings can be used to help out those truly in need. Though most of us have not won the Mega millions Jackpot, everyone has their own lottery success story. Maybe, your story is a $5 scratch-off that paid off and bought lunch and dinner for you and your friends. Or maybe, you’re part of a work group who’ve used the same lucky numbers for years. No matter what your story is, you share a common hobby with millions of Americans.
Lottery Winners Stories
Four reasons why we love to hear lottery success stories:
1) The fantasy of being a millionaire
Yes, money isn’t everything, but the promise of great wealth is something that none of us can resist. For example, shows from Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous to MTV’s Cribs have been wildly successful because they showcase a side of life that most of us don’t get to see. Most of us are hard-working people, and the fantasy of living the “good life,” with its promise of exotic vacations and luxurious living, can excite even the most practical person. Plus, we all can feel good inside when we hear those special lottery success stories where a lottery winner is able to use their winnings to do great deeds and accomplish something special. It’s the reason that shows like Extreme Makeover: Home Edition are so popular. We like to believe that all lottery winners are going to be as generous and charitable as some top winners have been.
2) We love to root for the “little guy”
Whether it’s a contestant playing for a million dollar prize on your favorite game show, or the sports team that nobody thought could win coming from behind in a huge upset, people love to root for the underdog. For example, the story of Jackie Cisneros is a great story and one where most readers are happy to see that they’ve become big winners. Because most of us have been the underdog at some point in our lives, we know what it’s like to face tough odds, overcome them, and enjoy the exhilaration that victory can bring.
3) It sparks our imaginations
When we hear about others winning, it’s easy to imagine ourselves in their shoes. Because most lottery success stories are about regular people, like you and me, it’s not too hard to see ourselves in their shoes. Some of the most successful lottery slogans were the famous slogans “Hey, you never know,” and “All you need is a dollar and a dream.” And, those advertisements are 100% correct. You don’t need a PhD or a fancy job to win the lottery. Who doesn’t dream of winning millions when they decide to play “just this once,” or who hasn’t experienced the excitement of buying a ticket with a group of co-workers? Until those numbers are picked, buying a lottery ticket is one of the most exciting ways to spend a dollar!
4) The lottery is universal
Playing the lottery is something that everyone in the world can relate to. Because each state has its own lottery, and online lottery games are now available to most anyone with an Internet connection, everyone knows how to play. The lottery phenomenon is not exclusively American – in other countries, the lottery is a national event. For example, in Spain it is known as “El Gordo” and more celebrated there than perhaps anywhere else in the world. So, clearly, the shared culture of “rags to riches” stories is part of the human condition and something that can be shared by people across the world.
These three winners exemplify the perfect lottery success story.
Les Robins, at the time a junior high school teacher, won $111 million in a Powerball jackpot in 1993. He founded Camp Winnegator, a 226 acre camp grounds which serves as a day camp to local Wisconsin children. He still visits the campgrounds, and is known to drive around the grounds in his Jeep, to see the status of his charity and enjoy the benefits of his good deeds. He also works as a volunteer basketball coach for another organization.
Les Robins had already identified his passion- as a teacher, he knew that he enjoyed working with kids. So, with unlimited wealth at his disposal, he made a hobby out of the things he enjoyed. As a volunteer basketball coach, he could still work with kids but on a much less rigorous schedule than as a teacher. Creating Camp Winnegator was a way to create a lasting legacy to children.
Mr. Hicks, after working at McDonalds for twenty-six years, won $1 million in 2008. Although this is a smaller sum than many multimillion dollar jackpot winners may have won, he has managed to turn it into a sound investment. Mr. Hicks’ lifelong dream was to own a Subway sandwich shop franchise, so he used his winnings to do so. Despite his great success, he has still managed to stay with the same group of friends as he had before his win. The only splurge purchase he made was a new Corvette.
Yancy Hicks did all the right things. He had already identified his dream- to own his own Franchise. After researching various restaurant franchises, he finally settled on a Subway sandwich shop franchise, well within his budget. Construction began in 2010 and will be completed soon. The lottery win made that possible. In addition, he certainly didn’t splurge on things he didn’t need and was careful with his new earnings. Finally, Yancy Hicks knew to be careful with saying “no” to people. He kept friends that he had made before his win, and didn’t let new people take advantage of him or his wealth.
In 2010, Jackie Cisneros, an overnight newsroom editor, won $266 million in the Mega Millions lottery. Her husband, Gilbert Cisneros, had purchased the tickets for her on a whim after picking up dinner to bring home. The timing on the win could not have been better- just two weeks prior, Gilbert Cisneros had been laid off from his job. Already a great story, what made it even more compelling and newsworthy was that Jackie Cisneros has kept her job. As she explained it, the job made her happy and she wanted to continue that. She couldn’t imagine a life without working, so of course she would continue to do so.
Jackie Cisneros is another great example. She knows the things that make her happy- in her case, working at a job she enjoys which gives her satisfaction. She and her husband have done charity research (They plan to give to their church and to their alma maters) and are thinking about how to give gifts which will make them happy.
Though these three winners are by no means the only people with great lottery winner’s stories, they exemplify some of the success methods that enable one to become one.