Meet the winner of the first PCYC Queensland Lottery, Patrica from Nudgee, Queensland.
It started as a normal day for Patricia when she received an unexpected but exciting phone call from Sunshine Lottery. She was thrilled to hear she was the lucky winner of the very first Sunshine Lottery!
It took Patricia a moment to believe what she was hearing – that she had won a prize pool of more than $100,000.
“I was driving when I got the call from Sunshine Lottery, pulled over and started to cry.
“You don’t get a phone call like this every day. It was a shock… but, gosh, what an amazing shock!” she said.
Patricia was given a ‘tough’ choice: get off the beaten track in either a Pajero Sport or a Mitsubishi Triton Deluxe. She is also thinking long and hard about where to take her daughters, granddaughters, sister and niece on a $15,000 dream holiday. And how much more they can relax and indulge themselves with $10,000 spending money.
“We are already planning a really exciting trip somewhere special in Australia.”
The lottery prize didn’t stop there! Patricia was thrilled to learn that, as a Sunshine Lottery VIP club member, she also won an extra $10,000 cash.
“As if it wasn’t good enough to win a car, the holiday, cash and the adventure pack. Learning that I also won an additional $10,000 in the lottery just really blew me away.
“I took a chance and signed up as a VIP, but it was a chance I was really happy to take. I figured that Sunshine Lottery help young people in the community who deserve a real chance.”
Sunshine Lottery VIP club members, like Patricia, unlock the $10,000 bonus prize in each Sunshine Lottery Draw when they are drawn as the major prize winner. With automatic monthly entries and regular updates, set and forget your way to fantastic prizes.
Congratulations to Patricia* and her family.
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Every ticket sold in the Sunshine Lottery will help PCYC Queensland deliver youth development programs for over 50,000 at-risk, disadvantaged and disengaged young people across Queensland.