St. Charles Man Claims Harley-Davidson Motorcycle
A St. Charles man said he "went bananas" after he realized that he won a 2006 Harley-Davidson® Fat Boy® motorcycle playing a Missouri Lottery’s "Harley-Davidson®" Scratchers ticket. Walter Czerniawsk, 59, claimed his motorcycle on Aug. 14. His prize was the seventh motorcycle to be awarded instantly with the "Harley-Davidson" Scratchers ticket.
Czerniawsk purchased his lucky ticket on Aug. 11 at QuikTrip, 225 N. Kingshighway in St. Charles.
"I always call it the ’Fat Boy ticket,’" Czerniawsk said. "I’ve won a few $5 prizes with it, but never thought I would ever win anything like this."
In addition to the motorcycle, the Lottery will pay the withholding taxes on Czerniawsk’s prize package, which is worth more than $25,000. He will also receive $250 cash and a $250 Genuine Harley-Davidson Merchandise in-store credit.
The "Harley-Davidson" Scratchers game and the promotion officially started May 27. By purchasing a $5 "Harley Davidson" ticket, Lottery players have a chance to instantly win up to $100,000 in cash or one of 10 2006 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy vivid black motorcycles plus $250 cash and a $250 Genuine Harley-Davidson Merchandise in-store credit.
Non-winning "Harley-Davidson" tickets could also be entered into one of three drawings in the "Ticket to Ride" promotion for a chance to win a grand-prize 2006 Ford Harley-Davidson™ F-150 truck and $500, one of three Fat Boy motorcycles, or one of 900 Harley-Davidson prize packages. The last drawing is scheduled for Oct. 4. All entries received during the promotion will be eligible for the grand-prize truck during the final drawing on Oct. 4.
An entry into the promotion consists of one $5 "Harley-Davidson" Scratchers ticket. Players can enter the drawings in three ways: on-line at molottery.com; by depositing entries at a Missouri Lottery office; or by mailing them to:
"Ticket To Ride" Scratchers Promotion
P.O. Box 104711
Jefferson City, MO 65110-4711
For more information about the new game and summer promotion, go to the "Ticket to Ride".