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August 30, 2019


Hi, Nancy. No problem on posting your question here. I'm happy to help. The $50,000 prize that you referenced is actually the top prize available in the "Silverado" scratch game itself. That is the biggest prize you can win on one of the tickets in the game, and of the 11 top prizes of $50,000 available in the game, nine of them have been claimed so far. If you have a nonwinning ticket in the Silverado scratch game, you can use that ticket to enter the "Summer of Silverado" promotion, which has had drawings throughout the summer, with a Chevrolet Silverado pick-up and five prizes of $5,000 up for grabs in each drawing. The final drawing in the Summer of Silverado promotion will be on Sept. 12, so if you have nonwinning tickets in the game, there is still time for you to enter them.

I can't find anywhere, where I can ask a question so I'll post it as a comment. In regards to the Silverado Promotion, how many $50,000 prizes are available and has anyone won?

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