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California store owner who sold $2B Powerball ticket shares his plans for $1M bonus
November 10, 2022
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The California store owner who sold the $2.04 billion-dollar Powerball ticket plans to share his newfound fortune.
Joe Chahayed, who owns Joe's Service Center in Altadena, Calif., is slated to receive a maximum $1 million bonus for selling Tuesday's winning $2.04 billion lottery ticket. His store is located in the foothills just northeast of Los Angeles.
"I will share it with the family … with my kids, my grandchildren," he said. "I have 11 grandchildren, and I have to share with them," Joe Chahayed told FOX 11 Los Angeles.