Top Hat store sells Mega Millions jackpot winner

In case you missed this in regional media – the Quick Stop Food Mart in Top Hat sold a winning Mega Millions ticket. The winner claimed their $25 million prize as a $16 million lump sum on July 20th, one day after the drawing, according to the Washington Lottery news release. That’s just four months after a 7-11 in south West Seattle sold a Mega Millions ticket good for a $150 million-plus jackpot. By the way, the Quick Stop owner gets a $50,000 bonus for the winning-ticket sale, per the state.

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One Response to “Top Hat store sells Mega Millions jackpot winner”

  1. What was the early morning (~6:00 AM) Fire Dept response at
    the corner of 1ST Ave South and South 112ND St on
    Sat the 30th of July?