Resultado de la Loteria de la Florida
Author J. Davis. Published on June 2, 2011 - 11:10 pm (11161 views — 335 words
The Florida Lottery is "hot" right now, with new games, bigger prizes, and more winners. If you're looking for information about our games, how to become a retailer, or how the Florida Lottery maximizes its funds to contribute to education, you've come to the right place.
On this site you'll find winning numbers, prize payouts, game information, and even a detailed breakdown of the Lottery's contributions to public education, by county since its inception. You can also learn about the history of the Florida Lottery, special events and how to apply to become a member of the Florida Lottery team. Under the "Games" link you'll find all the tools you'll need to play all of the Florida Lottery scratch-off and online games. Future winners can see what's in store by visiting our "Winners" page. When you play, we all win. When you visit the "Education" pages you will find out about Lottery-funded Bright Futures Scholarships, education contributions by the Florida Lottery in your county, and school construction projects.
The Florida Lottery is a government-run organization with numerous on-line and scratch-off games available. Players have a wide variety of prize levels to choose from. Since it began, the Florida Lottery has continued to add variety to its portfolio of games. The Lottery has experimented with higher price points, enhanced traditional games, and introduced seasonal promotional games.
The minimum age to purchase a Florida Lottery ticket, regardless of game, is 18.
On January 4, 2009, Florida's first Powerball tickets were sold, making it the 32nd lottery to join the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), which includes the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Drawings are held live Wednesdays and Saturdays, usually from Universal Studios in Orlando.
Webcasts of the Lottery's on-line games are available on the Florida Lottery web site. According to the Florida Lottery, $1.28 billion in proceeds went to Florida schools, about 5% of the education budget in 2008-2009.
Resultado de la Loteria de la Florida / Results of the Florida Lottery