ROTHESAY, NB, November 4, 2015 — The Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation yesterday held the draws for the top two prizes in the recent New Brunswick Hospital Home Lottery. Present for the draws at the Rothesay Grand Prize showhome were Jeff McAloon, President & CEO, Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation, and Jason Downey, Chair of the Board of Directors. Shannon Olsen from Deloitte was present to oversee the draw.
Jason drew the winning number for the second prize – the winner’s choice of a 2016 Toyota Tundra or a 2016 Toyota 4Runner, or $45,000 cash option. The winners were Diane and Colin Marr, from Saint John, with ticket #020474 (Editor’s note: spelling of the name has not been confirmed.)
Referring to the lottery, Jeff McAloon said, “Its been so successful. New Brunswickers from North to South, from East to West participated. Folks loved the prizes, they loved the 1 in 20 chance of winning. But more often than not they love supporting health care right here for our communities.”
Jason Downey commented, “This is so more than just our foundation, this is really about the entire province of New Brunswick. We just celebrated 35 years with over 50,000 donors and raised over $85 million. That’s going right into capital equipment, mental health; just the betterment of every community right across the province. We’re very very pleased to be celebrating it here today with all New Brunswickers.”
Winning the $900,000 Grand Prize showhome in the draw was Joanne Campbell, of Upham, New Brunswick, with ticket #021589.
On December 10, the top prizes will be published in the Telegraph-Journal, and a complete list of winners will be available on the official lottery website nbhospitalhomelottery.com
See reference information here on Home Lottery News about the 2015 New Brunswick Hospital Home Lottery. See the winners information announced to date here on Home Lottery News on our 2015 New Brunswick Hospital Home Lottery Winners Page.
Source: Video of the prize draws from CTV. http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=762585