If you've been buying Powerball and Mega Millions tickets but haven't been able to snag a big prize, maybe you're shopping at the wrong store. A retailer in Mid-Michigan has sold three big winners in the last handful of months.

Border's Corner Store is a family-owned convenience and liquor store that has been serving Mt. Pleasant, Michigan for over 10 years. The store has sold three Michigan Lottery tickets that have turned out to be huge winner - two of those tickets were sold in the last few months.

Winning Michigan Lottery Tickets Sold at One Lucky Retailer

There's certainly no guarantee that buying a lottery ticket at Border's is a sure-fire way of striking it rich (I'm writing this column strictly for fun) dropping a few bucks at there sure worked out nicely for these folks.

  • On February 20, Dina Russell of Flushing won a $25,000 a year for life prize playing the Michigan Lottery's 'Lucky for Life' game. Russell says she plays Lucky for Life regularly and was thrilled when she scanned a ticket she had in her purse with the app and was thrilled when she saw the winning message pop up on the screen.
  • On April 30, a man from Isabella County won $115,000 playing Fantasy 5. The man has remained anonymous but told the Michigan Lottery that the first time he bought a lottery ticket it was from Border's Corner Store.
  • The store's big winner won a $1 million prize playing the Black & Gold instant game in January of last year. The Gladwin County woman said she always stops to buy an instant ticket on her way home from work.

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Sherrie Border is the owner of Border's Corner Store. She says being a lucky lottery retailer where three big tickets have been sold has brought in a lot of business.

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