While on a family road vacation, an Eldridge guy purchased a couple lotto tickets and ended up winning $100,000.
He remarked, "I assumed it was a joke," Rryan Claussen. That was something I didn't expect to win.
When the Iowa Lottery's scratch game "Supreme" came out, Clausen scooped the fourth-largest reward. He and his father made a pit stop at Casey's, 1800 S. B Avenue in Nevada,
on their way back from Ames.
Claussen scratched the even-numbered tickets, while his father scratched the odd-numbered ones that they purchased jointly..
Claussen accepted his win Friday at the lottery's Cedar Rapids regional office.
He added, "I'm purchasing a home, so this may be a down payment
"Supreme" is a $10 scratch game with eight $100,000 top prizes with 1 in 3.15 odds. Click here for game details and remaining prizes.