Missouri man wins $2 million 'Mega Monopoly' prize
01/21/2014 2:04 PM
01/21/2014 2:05 PM
A trip to Columbia paid off handsomely for an east-central Missouri man.
Bryan Boudria, of Sullivan, won a $2 million "Mega Monopoly" scratchers prize earlier this month. He bought the ticket at Mosers convenience store, while on down time from a program he was attending at the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans' Hospital in Columbia.
Missouri Lottery officials announced in a news release that Boudria received a ceremonial check Tuesday at lottery headquarters in Jefferson City.
Boudria opted to take a $1.3 million lump sum before taxes.
He says he plans to invest the money and use some of it to help people in need.
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