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Ten Players Win Mercedes in Mother's Day Draw

Mother's Day Promotion Sees Ten Lucky Players Drive Off In the Mercedes Benz SLK 280

Ten lucky people the length of the country will soon be driving around looking like a million dollars after winning one of 10 Mercedes Benz SLK 280 in the Lotto's Mother's Day Promotion, NZ Lotteries Deputy Chief Executive Warren Salisbury said today.

The winning vouchers came from Triple Dip tickets purchased in Auckland (2), Hamilton, Tauranga, Te Puke, Turangi, New Plymouth, Hawera, Dunedin & Gore.

"Mercedes Benz SLK 280 cars are going to be popping up all over the country, with such a great spread of winners around New Zealand," says Mr Salisbury.

The winning voucher numbers and locations are:

Voucher Number Store Location

251446 Peninsula Pharmacy Te Atatu Auckland
380246 Mt Wellington Lotto Auckland
591811 Foodtown Hamilton Hamilton
677237 Bethlehem Four Square & Lotto Tauranga
830451 Buyrite Four Square & Lotto Te Puke
541926 Civic Video Turangi Turangi
341435 Blagdon Four Square New Plymouth
224673 Loveridges Lotto & Video Hawera
50254 Caversham Foodmarket & Lotto Dunedin
532039 Gore New World Gore

The Mercedes-Benz SLK 280 features a new generation 6-cylinder engine, 7-speed automatic transmission, full leather interior, parking sensors, climate control and a heating system that allows the roof to remain down but passengers to keep warm.

"We urge everyone who has purchased a Triple Dip from one of the above lottery outlets to get their vouchers checked," said Mr Salisbury.


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