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West Virginia Lottery Awarding JeepĀ® Brand Vehicles in Second-Chance Promotion

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Lottery will be awarding the first of three new Jeep® brand vehicles later this month. The Lottery introduced the $3 Jeep® brand scratch-off game in April, and the game gives players a chance to win cash prizes of up to $30,000 instantly or win an “entry” into one of three second-chance drawings for a chance to win a 2017 Jeep® brand vehicle.

“We are excited to offer our players the opportunity to win three Jeep® brand vehicles through this second-chance promotion,” West Virginia Lottery Deputy Director for Marketing, Tommy Young said. “We currently have fewer than 6,000 total entries in at this point, so these are some of the best odds you will find for the chance to win such a great vehicle.”

Players who win an “entry” may register their ticket online by following the links located at wvlottery.com or by going to http://wvlottery.secondchancebonuszone.com/jeepbrandvehicle. The first drawing is scheduled for May 30, and features a 2017 Jeep® Renegade Latitude 4x4. The second drawing is set for August 1, and features a 2017 Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 4x4, while the third and final drawing is slated for September 26, and features a 2017 Jeep® Grand Cherokee SRT 4x4.
In addition to the three top prizes, one person will win $5,000 and five people will win $1,000 prizes in each of the three drawings. Players can also instantly win up to $30,000 on the ticket.

Proceeds generated from the West Virginia Lottery support Education, Seniors, and Tourism. For more information on the Lottery, or the new Jeep® brand instant game, go to www.wvlottery.com.
Jeep, the Jeep grille and related logos, vehicle model names and trade dress are trademarks of FCA US LLC and are used under license by MDI Entertainment, LLC. ©2017 FCA US LLC.


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