Northlanders dream of $1.02 billion Mega Million Jackpot
Our dreams can grow large when considering winning a $1.02 billion jackpot. What would you do? On Wednesday, WDIO spoke with people in the Northland, about what they would do with all that money.
Brandon Fox of Minnesota said he would send the kids to college. “Buy a couple of houses in different states, a lake house, and I would by myself a Harley Davidson,” Fox added.
The next drawing will be this Friday at 10 p-m central time. The $1.02 billion jacket has a cash payout of $602.5 million cash.
“That is a lot of money, but I would just set all my friends and family up for a long time. Give money to the church, and I would give money to anyone who needed it, says Andrea Salzer.
Even children have ideas on what their parents should buy if they won the mega millions like Salzer’s daughter, Addison, “probably a new house. I like my house, but I think it would be fun to live on a hobby farm, but nowadays it is kinda hard to find those that are super dupper expensive.
Lenny DeMann told us that he would share some on the money within his family to start, “Definitely spend it on my family. My kids, grandkids. I would buy a house for them all and pay it off.”
Some people would use the money to pay off some of their debts.
“I would pay off my student loans, which is not that much right now, and I would buy a house and pay it off and make it my dream house on a lake,” Alexys Lewis said.