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Pittsburgh - December 19, 2012 - Big savings on brand name items aren’t the only reason to visit SHOP ‘n SAVE, this holiday season. The independently owned and operated grocery chain with more than 90 stores in Western Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, Ohio and West Virginia, is also responsible for selling its second $1 million winning lottery ticket since July.
The Pennsylvania Lottery announced one of the winning Powerball tickets from the December 15 drawing, worth $1 million, was sold at the Heidelberg SHOP ‘n SAVE. The ticket matched all five white balls but missed the red Powerball. The winner has not yet come forward. This marks the second time this year a Sorbara family-owned SHOP ‘n SAVE sold a $1 million winning ticket. In July, the Cranberry SHOP ‘n SAVE also sold a winning Powerball ticket.
“Every employee at SHOP ‘n SAVE is really excited to find out which one of our customers is the winner,” said Jeff Sorbara, owner of six SHOP ‘n SAVE locations including both stores to sell the winning tickets. “We hope to keep our streak of luck going and make some more millionaires in 2013!”
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About SHOP ‘n SAVE:
There are more than 70 independently owned and operated SHOP ‘n SAVE stores in Western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio, and West Virginia. SHOP ‘n SAVE offers customers everyday low prices on name brand and private label products. For more information, visit www.shopnsavefood.com.