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Lottery player wins $200K per year

RALEIGH ó A lottery player from Advance has won $200,000 a year for life, a guaranteed $4 million prize.
The lotteryís executive director, Alice Garland, will present the most recent winner of the $200,000 a Year for Life game with a celebratory check on Monday at the store where the winning ticket was sold: Carletonís Tanglewood, 4060 Clemmons Road, in Clemmons.
Tickets for the $200,000 a Year for Life game went on sale Jan. 25. Players winning the $200,000 and $50,000 a Year for Life prizes are guaranteed payments to themselves or their estates for 20 years. Claimants continue to receive annual payments as long as they live beyond the initial 20-year period.

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