Man picks up for the sixth time fat prize in lottery

An entrepreneur from Meridian (Idaho) won a big prize in the Idaho Lottery for the sixth time last week. This time an amount of $250,000.

For Bryan Moss, owner of a local food supplement store, it had already become a bit routine: joining the Idaho Lottery, with which he indirectly supported the local schools. Lucrative too, because hes been picking up a nice prize five times.

Last Thursday it was for the sixth time hit and now even more beautiful than the other five prizes. Moss drew a ticket of $250,000, -, the grand prize. He shared a picture of the winning paper: โ€œI am proud to be able to support the schools in Idaho. Sixth decent price,โ€ he wrote.

His profits are also largely spent on education: that of his daughter.