A lottery is a game in which you pay a certain amount of money to enter a draw in which you stand a chance to win all sorts of prizes. Going back to the origins of the game, lotteries seem to have been invented sometime around the 15th century. The funds raised by them were used to pay for food and clothing for the poor, and cannons during the American Revolution. Modern lotteries are run by the state and they use the money to fund government programs and underfunded communities. National Lottery Day encourages all of us to appreciate the contributions made by those who partake in and organise lotteries, and maybe even to get involved ourselves.
When Is National Lottery Day?
Would you consider yourself lucky? Well this is your chance to test it out! July 17th is National Lottery Day!
History Of National Lottery Day
National Lottery Day was established in 2018 by the Massachusetts State Lottery in an attempt to provide customers with special lottery related promotions. The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed on July 17th annually.
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