Issue 141
May 26 - June 1, 2003
Volume 3
page 4
   

 



George Jones at the Grand Pavilion
Ameristar Casino Hotel, Kansas City, MO
June 13, 2003 at 8:00 p.m.
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Show time: 7:00 pm & 10:00 PM
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BILOXI, MS - Thomas McQueen of Palm Harbor, FL hit a Wheel of Fortune® slot jackpot worth $1,984,055 on Tuesday, May 20, at Grand Casino Biloxi.

This is the third MegaJackpot(TM) won in the Biloxi area in just one week and the fifth jackpot in Biloxi on a MegaJackpots(TM) game in just the last two months. Four other previous winners were recently announced, bringing the total MegaJackpots(TM) winnings in the last two months to almost $15 million in the Biloxi area.

McQueen was staying at the Grand Casino Biloxi on business. "I was having trouble sleeping and decided to go down to the casino and play for a while," said a surprised McQueen, who was drawn to the progressive slot machines and had played $200 before hitting the MegaJackpot(TM). "I was stunned," he added. "I'd never seen three wheels line up before! I called my wife and she thought I was joking!" McQueen said he'll use the money for charitable donations and wants "to help people." He will continue to work as a consultant, he says.

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