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December 29, 2009

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Hi, Mark. Great topic! In other states where lottery raffle games have been sold, the bulk of tickets have been sold in the final couple weeks of sales. In fact, sales have really spiked in the final days of the games. Afterall, we humans tend to procrastinate on things and often hold off on doing something until there's a sense of urgency! We anticipate a similar pattern here in Iowa.

Thanks for your comment!

Mary

Hello Mary,

Sorry to see that the promotion is not going very well- halfway through the sales period and less than 18,000 of the proposed 120,000 tickets have been sold. How would the prizes break down if only 45,000 tickets were sold?

Thanks, Mark Chandler, Lotologist

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As the lottery’s vice president of external relations, I’m a member of the senior management team at the Iowa Lottery, where I’ve worked since 1999. I’ve spent my years at the lottery learning as much as I can about all the ins and outs of the lottery industry. I’ll put that knowledge to work here so I can share the behind-the-scenes details with you!