Through very good fortune and the luck of the draw, I have in my posession 4 tix to the Iowa-Iowa State game. Our group at work pooled money for powerball tix and I entered the duds in the Iowa lottery drawing, and I'll be damned if we didn't win!! Since the tix actually belong to everyone in our group, we decided to sell them and put the money away 'til powerball gets big again. I would prefer to sell them to Cyclone fans, but again, I need to think of the well being of everyone involved.
I don't want to rob anyone, but should try to get as much out of them as possible. I'll take bids on them until next Sat. (9/8), and decide then. If I don't get much response, I'll put them in the paper on the following Mon.
If interested, you can reply here, or send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include something about the tix in the e-mail header, so I know what it's about.
I spoke with a rep for the Iowa lottery the day they notified me about winning, and she assured me I could do as I please with the tix. I told her outright that I planned on selling them, and she said there was no problem. I have the tix already in my posession, and the lottery is hosting a pre-game tent party the day of the game for all 10 winners and will award the grand prize to one of them then. The tent party participation was not transferable, so only the 10 winners and their guests can attend.
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