Winston-Salem woman becomes third North Carolinian to win top lottery prize -Salem

AGAINST MIAMI ON APRIL 3. TALITHA: A WINSTON-SALEM WOMAN IS SET FOR LIFE. DAMIAN ZEPPONI WON LUCKY FOR LIFE LOTTERY WITH A $2 TICKET. SHE PURCHASED THE TICKET AT THE FOOD LION ON YADKINVILLE ROAD IN PFAFFTOWN LAST WEEK. I AM SURE PEOPLE WILL BE FLOODING IN FOR SURE. SHE CHOSE THE LUMP SUM, SO AFTER TAXES, SHE WILL TAKE HOME MORE THAN $4 MILLION. ZEPPONI SAYS SHE PLANS TO INVEST THE MONEY AND LIVE OFF THOSE INVESTMENTS. SHE ALSO PLANS TO STAR

Winston-Salem woman becomes third North Carolinian to win top lottery prize

A Winston-Salem woman is set for life.Damian Zepponi won the Lucky for Life lottery with a $2 ticket. Zepponi purchased the ticket at the Food Lion on Yadkinville Road in Pfafftown on Thursday. Click the video player above to learn more about the lucky winner Zepponi said she discovered her good luck the next day when she checked her tickets.“I couldn’t do anything,” she said, “but sit and cry and be amazed.”She chose the lump sum and after taxes she will take home more than $4 million. Zepponi said she plans to invest the money and live off those investments. She also plans to start a ministry to help others.The win made Zepponi the third person in North Carolina to win the game’s top prize, the North Carolina Education Lottery said.

RALEIGH, N.C. —

A Winston-Salem woman is set for life.Damian Zepponi won the Lucky for Life lottery with a $2 ticket. Zepponi purchased the ticket at the Food Lion on Yadkinville Road in Pfafftown on Thursday.

Click the video player above to learn more about the lucky winner

Zepponi said she discovered her good luck the next day when she checked her tickets.

“I couldn’t do anything,” she said, “but sit and cry and be amazed.”

She chose the lump sum and after taxes she will take home more than $4 million. Zepponi said she plans to invest the money and live off those investments. She also plans to start a ministry to help others.

The win made Zepponi the third person in North Carolina to win the game’s top prize, the North Carolina Education Lottery said.

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