Barriere’s Sheron Rehbein and Daniel Comeau are B.C.’s latest lottery winners after they scratched their way to a “crazy, awesome” $675,000 win with a Set for Life lottery ticket. Submitted photo:

Barriere couple Set for Life after ‘crazy, awesome’ win

Not all big lottery wins come in the form of matching six or seven numbers. Some winners buy a Scratch & Win ticket and are literally, set for life.

Barriere’s Sheron Rehbein and Daniel Comeau are B.C.’s latest lottery winners after they scratched their way to a “crazy, awesome” $675,000 win with a Set for Life lottery ticket.

“I usually buy the crosswords, I don’t know what drew me to this ticket this particular time,” said Sheron. “As soon as I saw the three matching symbols I couldn’t believe it. I couldn’t wait to tell Dan.”

There are a few must-haves on the pair’s immediate list of things to do and buy. Sheron leans to the sentimental side of things. “My dad gave me a ring, it’s an antique now and I’d like to get it restored,” she said.

Dan, on the other hand, noted, “Although we still feel numb, a new camper would be great, and this will definitely help with retirement. I would love to buy some property with a cabin, and maybe have some animals. Something like that has always been a dream.”

The pair purchased their Set for Life ticket at the 7-Eleven on 8th Street in Kamloops.

Lottery players in B.C. redeemed more than $233 million in prize winning lottery tickets between Jan 1, 2018 and Dec 17, 2018.

BCLC offers socially responsible gambling entertainment while generating income to benefit all British Columbians. Remember, play for fun, not to make money. For more information visit https://www.gamesense.com

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