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Regular Hospital Home Lottery ticket buyers Trudie and Craig are still recovering from the shock of their recent win.
As winners of the $1.25 Million Grand Prize Showhome located at picturesque Lightsview the win has come as a complete shock for the couple and their two children.
“We’ve been buying tickets in each lottery for a few years now and this is our first prize – and wow we are just blown away by all of this – we can’t thank everyone enough,” said Trudie.
The family is now contemplating a move from their nearby property to the beautiful Scott Salisbury Home which comes fully furnished, professionally decorated and landscaped.
Trudie said winning the major prize was a dream come true.
“With two growing children we were wondering how we would all fit into our current home.”
“It’s such a terrific lottery – that’s why we always enter. The odds of winning are great plus the money goes to a cause that helps everyone,” said Trudie.
Joining Scott Salisbury to hand over the keys to the winning family, The Hospital Research Foundation CEO Paul Flynn said this was one of the most exciting days of the year.
“We are always delighted to meet some of the wonderful supporters of the two lotteries we have each year. Seeing people like Trudie and Craig who are so thrilled by their unexpected win and what it will mean for their family, is a great part of my role,” said Paul.
“Thank you to all of our lottery supporters. Each year your contributions enable us to support health and medical research here in South Australia that delivers the very best medical treatment for all in our community,” he said.17